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Pupil Leadership Team

Our pupil leadership team are an important, friendly and motivated group of children who consistently strive to meet their full potential.

 

They work together to promote diversity, celebrate differences and improve the school environment.

 

The team help to encourage members of our school to ASPIRE to be:

 

Achieving

Self-motivated

Positive

Independent

Respectful

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Our pupil leadership team

Roles and Responsibilities

 

• Act as an ambassador for the school both in and out.

• Represent pupil voice.

• Attend pupil leadership meetings regularly.

• Work alongside the senior leadership team to help shape our school on its journey.

• Help the governors to make decisions on behalf of the pupils.

• Meet regularly to feedback to the senior leadership team and governors about key decisions.

• Give feedback to teachers.

• Support teachers with the organisation of whole school events.

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At Willow Primary school we are committed to developing pupils’ skills as leaders across the school in order to develop their personal and social development. The aim is that as many pupils as possible are given the opportunity to lead, regardless of their ability. The idea in principle is that children have an opportunity to say how their school is lead and fully embrace the chance to develop areas of school priority or importance.

 

Our approach to pupil leadership involves many pupils and allows them to develop their skills and confidence helping to run the school.

 

Each member of the team wears an important badge with pride. The team are split into different committees and they will take part in a variety of different projects following on from the different feedback we receive. Children in each group will have the opportunity to lead with an adult in school who has a keen interest in that particular area of our school life.

The children met and decided what were the top priorities for improvement. Here are the four areas that we will be focusing on...
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ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE

Roles and Responsibilities

• Act as an ambassador for the school both in school and out.

• Develop eco-initiatives that help to improve our school and local environment including recycling, saving energy and sustainability.

• Promote and encourage the whole school including pupils, staff and parents to take part in our environment projects.

• Regularly update the school website with eco news and updates.

• Set up an eco-zone in school where pupils and staff can visit to learn and actively help save our environment.

• Make links with the community to find ways of helping the school and pupils be more eco-friendly.

PLAYGROUND LEADER COMMITTEE

Roles and Responsibilities

· Act as an ambassador for the school both in school and out.

· Help teachers to make sure all children line up wonderfully.

· Help Lunchtime supervisors to make sure lunchtime is calm and enjoyable.

· Organise, set up and play games for pupils at lunchtime.

· Work together to think of new, fun activities for lunchtime.

· Make sure all the lunchtime equipment is safe and stored away correctly.

· Train other leaders and support peers.

HEALTHY LIVING COMMITTEE

Roles and Responsibilities

• Act as an ambassador for the school both in school and out.

• Develop projects that help to improve our school including healthy eating, promoting health and wellbeing and mental health awareness

• Promote and encourage the whole school including pupils, staff and parents to live healthy lives.  

• Regularly update the school website with news and updates.

• Set up a health-zone in school where pupils and staff can visit to learn about healthy lifestyles.

ACTS OF KINDNESS COMMITTEE

Roles and Responsibilities

• Act as an ambassador for the school both in school and out.

• Develop projects that encourage both school and the local environment to show acts of kindness.

• Promote and encourage the whole school including pupils, staff and parents to show kindness.

• Work with the community to raise money for the pupil leadership team. The money will then fund future projects.

• Regularly update the school website with news and updates.

• Set up a kindness area in school where pupils and staff can visit to learn about random acts of kindness.

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