What we do?
We use our voices to support development at school. We do this by asking our class for any ideas or worries they have, or things they would like to change at school. We then meet as a team to talk about these ideas to make the school better, and make it more fun for everyone. We see if we can do anything ourselves first, then we decide if we need to speak to the teachers. After a Junior Leadership meeting we have some time with our class to feedback any decisions or ideas.
We think the Junior Leaders are very important because it is a way we can tell teachers what the children think about the school and how we think it can be even better.
Some of the things the Junior Leaders have done so far are:
- organised a events to raise money for charity e.g. red nose day and children in need.
- Go to the School Governor's meeting to discuss our ideas. Some of the ideas were having more musical instruments in assembly and more school trips.
- Implemented a new behaviour slogan in collective worship, 'Ready, Respectful, Safe'.
Things we have done
The Junior Leadership Team have had their first meeting this term and agreed on our code of conduct and decided the areas we want to focus on this year.
Junior Leaders at the Local Authority Pupil Voice Conference December 2022
Why we like being a Junior Leader!
We like being a Junior Leader because:
- It's fun!
- We get to make decisions.
- We get to meet and share ideas.
- We are part of making the school better.
Who are we?
The Junior Leadership Team is a group of students who are elected to represent the views of all pupils and to improve the school.
Mason Litchfield, Cameron Cane, Dexter Randall, Sadie Gilbert
Thomas Larner, Theo Kinder, Hallie Hubbard-Jones
Indie Umney, Lily Mortimer
Joshua Case, Jack Perrin
Harriet Smith, Karamm Dhaliwal