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School Ambassadors

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Pupils have the opportunity to have their voices heard through our school council where our class ambassadors meet.

Members are elected from each class who then meet and share ideas from class councils on key issues in school. The children learn about being responsible citizens,  sharing their views in key issues and listening and respecting the views of others.

MEETING November 2017 - Class Ambassadors voted on foods to add to the school menu.

NEWS September 2017 - New Class Ambassador elections are now on!

MEETING - June 2017 - Monitors for looking after the outdoor area were discussed with Mrs Smith.

NEWS March 2017 - New Class Ambassador elections are now on!

MEETING - February 2017 - The School pond project was discussed with Mrs Patel. We all suggested ways to improve this area of the school.

MEETING - December 2016 - Weekly class attendance prizes have been chosen by the ambassadors. These include ... disco dancing with the glitter ball, colouring, extra playtime, popcorn and many more!

MEETING October 2016 - The ambassadors have discussed how safe our school is. We are making posters to remind children how to look after our school.

NEWS September 2016 - Neila has been nominated as LEAD AMBASSADOR this term.


PREVIOUS YEAR 2015-16 The children discussed how to improve the playground and garden and found out about how to look after our school pets. We have put together a list of playground rules on how to keep children happy and safe. This has been made into a sign – look out for this in the playground!

VISIT TO SEE THE MAYOR - the school council had the priviledge to visit the Mayor and Lady Mayoress in the Summer term 2016 and see the council chamber and Mayor's chamber. Check out the photos here.

'Thank you' Tea Party