Kieran gets ahead!

A pupil spent the day as acting head after winning the
experience at a school auction in October. Six-year-old
Kieran Khossa-Kulair was the lucky pupil who got the
opportunity to act as Head for the Day at Birchfield
School near Albrighton. Kieran arrived early at school and
welcomed parents and pupils at the school gate from
8.15am. Soon afterwards, he helped head Mrs Morris with
the school’s morning assembly.

During break, Kieran had a meeting with Director of Sport
Mr Mason and spoke about his love of football, Maradona
and Liverpool United. Lunch followed and Kieran enjoyed
his favourite lunch, which he had chosen for the whole
school to eat, consisting of hot dogs, carrots, cheesy
pasta and jelly. His final duty for the day was an interview
by Y2 pupils who asked him questions about his day.

“I felt a bit scared but also a bit brave, they are both
equal,” said Kieran of his assembly presentation. “I felt
proud of myself when I had finished.”

Y2 teacher Mrs Gould commented, “Y2 asked some very
interesting questions and Kieran answered them with
thought and maturity.”


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