School Ambassadors are role models within our school who are keen to promote our school core values: respect, forgiveness, perseverance, compassion, friendship and courage.
A school ambassador is voted by their class to be the representative for the year group they are in. They are the children who listen to all the ideas, worries and opinions of the children in our school community. This information is then shared with members of staff at the ambassador meetings.
I am the Year 1 ambassador. My role is to set a good example and help
the children in Chestnut class.
I am the Year 2 ambassador. My role is to help my
class with anything or any problems
they might have and I will share this
information at Ambassador meetings.
I am the ambassador for Year 3. My role is to set a good example
for the other children in the school and to listen to their ideas
My role as the Year 4 ambassador is to talk to the children
in school about what they would like to change or
improve and share this at the ambassador meetings.
I am the Year 5 ambassador and my roles and
responsibilities are to help children in
Oak, Ash and Chestnut class. If anyone
would like to suggest changes in school
they will tell an ambassador and we will
tell a teacher.
I am the Year 6 ambassador and my role is to
help children in any class and to ensure that they
are fine with how the school is running. If they want
anything improving I will let the teachers know at
the ambassador meetings.