We have a number of groups within our school that give our pupils a voice.
More information to follow shortly
Head Boy and Head Girl
Year 6 Prefects
Collective Worship Ambassadors
Agents of Change
Meet St John’s Agents of Change. They are the voice of the children and their aim is to make changes and be involved in projects to make the world a better place. We are supporting the Acts of Kindness Christmas Campaign and have been spreading the word in our classes. After Christmas we will be organising some Swap Shops so that preloved items can find a new home and reduce waste.
Meet our School Council representatives who have been elected by their classes. They are the spokesperson and representative for their class in various school matters and events. Their duties so far this year have included making thank you cards for Andrew Moffatt and judging the St John’s Angel Competition. After Christmas, we will hopefully be visiting the mayor at the council chambers to find out more about how the local council runs and get some inspiration for projects in school.
At St Johns we are proud to present our Reading Amassadors for this academic Year.
The Ambassadors are keen to get reading seen around the whole school enviroment. At the last meeting the children have agreed to work together to organise and put together an inviting reading area within the inclusion area, alongside a reading shed in the school playground.
Some of the ideas the children came up with are:
- A prize for the class who have read the most over a month
- Book swaps and book donations (pre-loved books)
- Reading games for children to share (TRUGS)
- Ambassadors to read with their peers
Look out for other challenges that may be set up around the school!
Many children from across the school applied to be well-being ambassadors. The applications were excellent and twelve children were chosen to support with mental health and well-being across the school.
All of our ambassadors wear lanyards so they can be easily identified. Over half term, they noted down lots of ideas as Mrs Havey and Mrs Matthews asked them to think about how they could support and promote positive mental health in school. Their first meeting is this week.