Elisa Panfili became Headteacher of Kingslea Primary for the morning on Monday 19th May. She is pictured with ‘Freddie’ who was the ‘naughty new boy’ in class 2P.
Elisa took on this role, as she raised the most money during the sponsored ‘Welly Walk’ which raised over £6000 in total to go towards improving the school grounds at Kingslea.
In a letter to parents, Elisa said: “I have enjoyed my morning being headteacher of Kingslea Primary School.
“I started by doing Assembly where all the children behaved very well, except one new boy in class 2P, so I wrote down all the things he shouldn’t do in Assembly and in class and I’ll be having a chat with him because he’s been very naughty.
“I then opened some post from our link school in Germany and read the postcards written by the children.
“Next I went with Mrs Russell (Senior Teacher) to visit each class, checking what they were all doing and made some notes. I only had to use my red pen when writing about the new boy.
“I found 6P were collaborating in maths and I was pleased with the interesting lessons and with how the children behaved. I enjoyed visiting the classrooms because I haven’t been in some of them before and I finished with a duty at breaktime.
“I think it’s hard work being headteacher and I’m looking forward to going back into class with my friends.”