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Pupil Leadership

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This year we are offering 10 different pupil leadership roles, giving the children the chance to make a positive impact on our school community.  We believe it’s important to have a pupil lead culture where children take on key leadership roles and that their voices are heard.  We also want to help mould leaders of the future and we are continually striving to craft confident and articulate pupils who can share their views and apply their leadership skills to real life situations.
Within each leadership role we actively encourage children to challenge, discuss and debate topics which are important to them and to our wider society.  These leadership teams support aspects of the school including the curriculum, the learning behaviour and wellbeing of pupils attending our school and our school environment.
The 2021-22 pupil leadership roles we offer this year are:

Leadership Role

Team Leader/s

Responsibilities/ Personal Qualities

Year Group(s)

ECO Warriors

 

 

 

Miss Hassan & Miss Hacon

  • Caring for the environment.
  • Being passionate about recycling.
  • Being dedicated and determined.
  • Being a role model.

 

Year 4 & 5

Anti-Bullying Ambassadors

 

 

Mrs Cook

  • Caring for people in need.
  • Having excellent communication skills.
  • Prepared to learn new skills.
  • Being passionate about developing relationships.
  • Showing great listening skills.

 

Year 3-6

Sports Play Leaders

 

 

Miss Parris & Miss Clarke

  • Keen to be active.
  • Willing to learn and teach new games.
  • Having effective communication skills.
  • Organising competitive games at lunchtime.
  • Setting activity challenges to inspire physical lifestyles.

 

Year 6

Curiosity Crusaders

 

 

Mrs Jagger

  • Being keen to research new and interesting objects.
  • Demonstrating excellent behaviour conduct.
  • Having good presentation skills.

 

Year 2

Junior Road Safety

 Officers (JRSOs)

 

 

Mrs King & Miss Crick

  • Having an interest in Road Safety.
  • Being an advocate to help children stay safe.
  • Having a willingness to learn new skills.
  • Creating and maintaining a Road Safety display.
  • Arranging and carrying out, with support, Road Safety activities/ competitions/ surveys.

 

Year 4

Junior Librarians

 

 

 

Miss Norman & Mrs Whyte

  • Having a strong commitment to reading.
  • Being keen to help other children have a love of reading.
  • Being motivated to improve our library provision.

 

Year 5 & 6

Museum Curators

 

 

Mr Midmore & Miss Schroder

  • Having an interest in history and historical artefacts.
  • Enjoy storytelling.
  • Willingness to learn new ways to share history e.g. through drama.

 

Year 4 - 6

Online Safety Leaders

 

 

Mr Graham

  • Educating other children about the importance of Online Safety.
  • Continually developing Online Safety skills and knowledge.
  • Deliver whole school assemblies and information events to children and parents.

 

Year 5 & 6

Wildlife Wardens

 

 

Mrs Gray & Mrs Carruthers

  • Demonstrating a strong desire to improve our outside provision.
  • Teaching other children about wildlife facts.
  • Attending the weekly Wildlife Club.
  • Being a role model.

 

Year 3 - 6

Family Circle Group Leaders

 

Mr Axon & Mr Rose

  • Displaying empathy towards others.
  • Working as part of a team.
  • Being organised and well prepared.
  • Hosting debates and discussions.
  • Collating pupil views and identifying a common consensus.

 

Year 6

Applying for a leadership role

The specific Leadership Roles will then be advertised to the appropriate year group/s.  Leadership Role expectations will be shared so that all children fully understand what is on offer to them and what they would be expected to commit too if they applied and were chosen to take on the Leadership Role.
Children who are interested in making an application are encouraged to read and digest the information relating to the positions before deciding which to apply for, and, in light of this all children applying for one of the advertised positions should complete a Pupil Leadership Application Form and hand it in to the appropriate adult leading the chosen Pupil Leadership Team.  This needs to be done in a given time period.  The first Leadership Roles will always begin after the October half term each year.
The appointment process will vary dependant on the Leadership Role and number of pupil applications received.  The Adult Team Leaders will usually manage the selection process and fill all the vacant Pupil Leadership positions.  Pupil selection could be done directly from using the information within the application forms or through an additional interview process, if deemed necessary.  All children are then informed about the outcome of their application.
All children who apply for a post should be prepared to:

  • Complete an application form
  • Be interviewed by the adult/s leading the appropriate Pupil Leadership Team
  • Be part of a group interview
  • Speak in front of adults/peers to e.g. share views and experience

Please note, not all positions will require the children to do all of the above, but you must be prepared to be involved in one or more of the selection processes outlined if necessary.

Leadership Role

Year group/s

Application window Deadline

ECO Warriors

Year 4 & 5

Friday 12th November

Anti-Bullying Ambassadors

Year 3-6

Friday 26th November

Sports Play Leaders

Year 6

Friday 12th November

Curiosity Crusaders

Year 2

Friday 12th November

Junior Road Safety Officers (JRSOs)

Year 4

Friday 12th November

Junior Librarians

Year 5 & 6

Friday 12th November

Museum Curators

Year 4-6

Friday 12th November

Online Safety Leaders

Year 5 & 6

Friday 12th November (Some Places already allocated)

Wildlife Wardens

Year 3-6

Friday 5th February 2022

Family Circle Group Leaders

Year 6

N/A

 

Pupil Application Form

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