The Eco Squad is made up of representatives from each class from Years 2 to 6. They are nominated through a class vote, after writing a manifesto and presenting to their class why they would like to be part of the Eco Squad.
We have received the Green Flag Award and are continuing to promote the eco values to the rest of the school. Projects the Eco Squad have worked as a team to promote include the ‘Switch It Off’ campaign, Walk to School Week and Car Free Zone Day.
We will also be promoting Road Safety Week and working as a team to ensure all children are learning and understanding the benefits of keeping safe on the road.
Junior Travel Ambassadors and Bike Marshals
Six children are nominated from Year 5 and 6 and chosen by teaching staff in the autumn term to be a fantastic sports representative for the school. Their role includes:
Head and Deputy Head Boys and Girls
Six children are nominated by their Year 5 class teachers for the role. They are interviewed by the Headteacher and Deputy Headteachers and have to go through a three-stage process before successfully being selected as Head/Deputy Head Boy or Girl. Their duties include:
We have pupil advocates from Year 6 who are responsible for ensuring for monitoring lunchtime systems. Their duties include:
In order to be appointed for this role, candidates have to apply by carefully completing an application form. Once short-listed, they are interviewed by one of our Deputy Headteachers. Each pupil advocate acts as a school ambassador, whilst always being well presented they ensure that exceptional levels of behaviour are modelled at all times.
Children are selected for the Junior PTFA by application, shortlisting and an interview by one of Deputy Headteachers and the Chair of the school PTFA. This group provide help at school PTFA events and help to decide what to raise money for and how raised funds should be spent. The Junior PTFA consists of one member from each class.