Brief History of Prefect Badges and the Prefectorial System November 28 2013
The roots of England's educational system is said to stretch all the way back to 500s. At the time, educators were more focused on teaching Latin, religion and music
As the years went on, the scope of the country’s educational structure increased and the prefectorial system was born. Put into play by Dr. Thomas Arnold in the 1800s, it was initially designed to teach children about responsibility, authority and social structure. By the time the 19th Century arrived, Arnold’s system was widely used by educational institutions located all across the UK. Although the system’s popularity has fluctuated over the years, it still remains in use today by many well respected institutions around the world.
We appreciate the history and tradition involved. That’s part of why we take so much care in the manufacture of our prefect badges. They are made with durable, gold or silver plated metal and feature a clear dome cover. The House Prefect Badges come in different shapes, colors and sizes with a range of fittings. Our round prefect badges range in diameter from 20mm to 30mm. We also have star and crest shaped prefect badges in the same general size range. Our bar shaped prefect
badges tend to be 38mm to 45mm long and 8mm to 13mm wide. Once ordered, you may expect to receive your high quality prefect badges in a timely manner.
Prefect badges are not the only school essentials that are available for purchase. Our family also manufactures smiley faces badges, blank badges, medals, crested name badges and much more. It is also worth noting that our badges are highly customisable and quite affordable.Do get in touch if you would like to learn more about prefect badges and the other school badges on offer.