Becoming a Head prefect was not so easy because I worked hard for it. When we were told we were having elections in term three, I thought I would be a very good head prefect. I told my parents, my teachers, and some of my friends who encouraged me that I would be the best for that post. My parents told me that if other people can do it, then I also can. So I gained confidence and decided to apply. It was a Monday morning and we were told to write application letters for a post you felt like managing. I wrote my application letter and handed it in. We had campaigns that were scary because there were so many competitors.
To my surprise, when the results were ready, I was announced the winner for the post of Head Prefect Taibah Junior School.
Now I am the Head Prefect and my duty together with my team, is to keep the school in order, help teachers on duty, and solve problems faced by pupils which I am enjoying so much.
So, with all that, I hope to continue working with the school to make Taibah a better place for learning, growing, and bonding.
Nabumba Darleen Marie
(The head Prefect of Taibah Junior School)
EDUCATION WITH A DIFFERENCE