At St John’s , there are opportunities for children to carry out a range of Pupil Leadership and ambassador roles. Pupil Ambassadors are groups of children who are responsible for different curriculum areas in school. They represent the views of other pupils and make a positive contribution towards school life. Our ambassadors meet at different times of the school year to discuss projects or any ideas about their specialised area in school and any matters their class would like to raise. They plan and carry out a variety of different projects, events and activities and then will evaluate the outcomes and impact of they have had on the children and community at Holy Cross.
What qualities do School Ambassadors need?
Our School Ambassadors need to be:
• Approachable; that is someone that other people feel comfortable coming up and talking to.
• Good listeners
• Good at communicating ideas and opinions clearly
• Cheerful and enthusiastic
• Get along well with people
• Have good concentration
• Respect other people’s ideas ~ be open minded
• Confident ~ don’t be shy
• Don’t think about yourself and what you want ~ you’re there to speak for everyone
What School Ambassadors are there at St John’s ?
• Play Leaders
• Line monitors
• Mental Wellbeing Ambassadors
• Digital Leaders
• Faith Group
• Environmental welfare Officers
• School Councillors
• Junior Safeguarding Leads
• Worship Monitors
What do School Ambassadors do at St John’s?
The things ambassadors are expected to do are ...
• Speak on behalf of the rest of their class
• Make important decisions about different things
• Attend meetings throughout the year and give up their own time to do project work
• Take everyone’s comments seriously
• Report back to their class all of the decisions that the ambassadors make and inform them about any events that will be taking place