Meet our Junior School Captains for 2022, Clara Barry and Holly Farrer.
How did you feel when you found out that you had been elected as Co-Captain?
Clara: I was very pleased and happy for myself. I was delighted to know that I would be representing St Catherine’s junior school, Barbreck.
Holly: I felt very excited for the year ahead. I also felt very accomplished.
Why did you choose to nominate for the position of Junior School Co-Captain?
Clara: I chose to nominate for the position of junior school co-captain because I wanted to have the honour of being one of the role models for the younger children. I enjoy help and supporting my community.
Holly: I thought it would be better to give it a try and if I missed out be sad, rather than be sad that I didn’t try at all.
Tell us some of the things you will be doing as Junior School Co-Captain.
Clara: As junior school co-captain I’d like to organise more fun raising for people who aren’t as lucky as us and put in a new theme for positive thinking, because I think it is a really important skill you should have.
Holly: I will be running assemblies, giving awards, but most importantly being a good role model.
What would you like to achieve, in your role as Junior School Co-Captain?
Clara: I’d like to achieve a sense of confidence in each girl at Barbreck because it is important that you believe you can challenge yourself.
Holly: I want to do a great job and be relied on to keep high standards during daily activities. I also wish to ensure that every voice is heard.
What does being a St Catherine’s girl mean to you?
Clara: Being a St Catherine’s means to me that you are surrounded by kind and loving people who take an interest in your thoughts and actions.
Holly: Being a St Catherine’s student means you are always respectful of our School and you are always included.