Welcome to the School Ambassadors page.
Here you will find ongoing information about everything our School Ambassadors are creating, developing and debating to make our academy a better place for all!
We have three 'Head Ambassadors', who lead the School Ambassadors Team. These Year 6 children were voted for after delivering fantastic speeches to the whole school, explaining what impact they would have as a 'Head Ambassador'. Our School Ambassadors Team is also includes pupils from Year 1 - 5. The children in these roles applied and were selected by the children in their class during a celebration of 'International Day of Democracy'. Children explained their reasoning for wanting to be part of the School Ambassadors team and then, their peers voted for them. The role of Student Ambassadors team is to work together with their class, the other representatives, teachers and the Principal to have a say on how our academy is run.
Our Head Ambassadors
Isabella Bates Jane Airhunmunde Troy Firth
Our School Ambassadors
Jaxson Allen - 1 Ivy Tia Murkin - 1 Cherry
Esmae Hughes - 2 Willow Lily Corrigan - 2 Beech
Harry Walker - 3 Holly Jenson McMurray - 3 Aspen
Lexi Jenkinson - 4 Pine Karen Airhunmunde - 4 Ash
Dylan Price - 5 Chestnut Hollie Wragg - 5 Sycamore
Mrs Murphy Mr Wakefield Mrs Senior
Assistant Principal Year 6 Teacher Year 6 Teacher
Code of Conduct
As a school ambassador, we will;
- be a great role models for others in school.
- be a good communicator.
- share ideas, whilst also listening to others.
- be respectful.
- be kind.
- be honest with ourselves and others.
- create a safe space where we can share our ideas.
- be a fantastic representative for our school.
Our next meeting will be:
TUESDAY 6th December
Our next project is supporting the school and community. We will be LITTER PICKING!
Keep an eye out on our page for more information coming next week!
Please click on the buttons to access the minutes for our meetings.
School Ambassadors in Action!
On the 15th September, it was 'International Day of Democracy'. For this, each class voted for their new school ambassador. Children explained why they wanted to be the school ambassador and the changes they would like to see at school. Class members then voted for who they thought would represent their class and the school well. Well done to all those who were chosen to be part of the School Ambassadors team and a HUGE thank you to all those who took part.