Offer to Guardians Trainee Prefect Son Daughter



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How to draft an offer to guardians of a pupil to ask for approval for prefect role? Download this Prefect Appointment Letter template that will perfectly suit your needs!

Nurturing good pupil leaders is an important element to Primary School its' success. Children are encouraged to develop the necessary skills to enable them to take responsibility for their school and to then contribute positively both to the school and wider community.

Leaders at Primary School consist of the Head Boy or Head Girl. Together, they work to improve the school and
suggest solutions to various dilemmas.

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