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Leadership Groups

Information on our Pupil Leadership Groups.

Learning for Sustainability - Learning for a Better World

Through our pupil interest groups we aim to provide opportunities for our children to lead learning, develop confidence and critical thinking skills. 
We hope the following contexts will empower our children to affect change and improvement within our school, the local community and in the wider world:

Leadership Groups Supported by Group Aim
Eco (Litter and Waste Management)Miss Walker Achieve litter and waste management action plan
Playground GamesMrs RichmondTo promote positive relationships and make break times fun for everyone
Story MassageMiss DuxonTo increase well-being, improve concentration and self-awareness, and encourage relaxation in children
MindfulnessMiss Armstrong To increase awareness of our thoughts, feelings, bodily sensations, and surrounding environment, through a gentle, nurturing approach
School NewspaperMiss Brake/Mrs Broadley To develop skills for work - team work, collaboration, effective communication, meeting deadlines, applying literacy skills
GLEE Choir  (Music and Dance) Mrs Steel and Ms Elder Promoting friendship, confidence, team work and well-being
Eco Mrs Hickman  To raise awareness of issues that have an impact on global warming and to improve environment issues
Finance - Credit UnionMrs McMurray To promote saving and good financial management (COMING SOON!) 
Pupil Leadership TeamMiss Munro To improve aspects of the school to improve pupil attainment, achievement and wellbeing
Health and Wellbeing  Mrs LinfootTo share strategies to promote a mentally healthy school 
Gardening Mrs Sampson To grow our own fruit and vegetables for the kitchen to use
Charities Miss Watson To develop a sense of citizenship and to support local, national and global issues 
Digital LeadersMrs Black To encourage safer internet use, update the blog, lead staff training sessions, introduce AAL 

 

 

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