The House Captain represents their house by giving them positive influence and being a good role model. They encourage members of their house, are enthusiastic and a good team player. A House Captain leads well, but is also good at listening to other people’s ideas, and takes every suggestion that can be used to improve.
30 children from Year 2 were nominated as House Captains this term. They believed they had the right qualities to lead their Houses. Each child learned a speech to recite on stage to all of Key Stage One. I was impressed by the professional manner by which each child spoke on stage. All 160 children voted and I am thrilled to announce the winners:
Morakot (Green) - House Captain: Ling Ling (2I) Assistant: Ye-eun (2P)
Tabtim (Red) - House Captain: Lisa (2S) Assistant: Elliot (2S)
Pailin (Blue) House Captain: Tania (2P) Assistant: Rebecca (2I
Bussarakum (Yellow) - House Captain: Jade (2P) Assistant: Livia (2S)