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The school Ambassadors' Scheme is now entering its 3rd year.  During this time, the School Ambassadors have been involved in a range of activities which have not only provided them with an opportunity to enhance their life skills but have also been of great benefit to our school.

Over the last three years, Grove's School Ambassadors have:

- acted as outstanding role models to their peers in and outside of lessons as well as in the local community (visit to Reydon and Kessingland Primary)

- reinforced good behaviour patterns in their peers on the playground and in assemblies

- supported the learning of their peers in lessons

- regularly welcomed visitors to the school (interviewees, Local Councillors, Local MPs)

- played an active part in hosting curriculum enhancement days such as Career Days, Sign2Sing Assembly, Multi-Faith days, House Captains' Election Days, Referendum Day

- recorded some of Grove's most memorable learning experiences in Mrs Hall's Big Book of Wonders

- helped Mme Godet review the Ambassadors' Scheme

prepared and presented key school assemblies which enhanced their peers' understanding of  the British Values of Democracy, Individual Liberty, Rule of Law and Respect and Tolerance (Assemblies on General Election, Magna Carta and the Referendum) as well as led the Sign2Sing Assembly which raised pupils' awareness of deafness

- carried out a surveys on British Values among staff and pupils and designed bunting for Reception

- sought their peers' view on the Kingswood and French trips

- collated data of  various whole school pupils' and staff surveys on behaviour, school ties, Golden Time as well as last year's whole school pupil perception survey

- produced a Pupil Newsletter

- accompanied Mme Godet to Reydon Primary School to deliver a "French for the Family" morning

- accompanied Grove's House Captains to Kessingland to share their experience of applying to become a House Captain

- carried out Learning Walks looking at evidence of the Golden Behaviours for Learning in lessons throughout the school

- discussed ideas and projects with the Headteacher

- explained to visitors why they are so proud of they school 

 

We currently have 7 School Ambassadors - 2 of which have held the position for 3 years - and will be recruiting the new 2017 cohort from Year 4, 5 and 6 in the coming weeks.  

 

Our existing School Ambassadors are:

Ashton Pilkington
Mia Paige Venables
Jack Newrick
Charlotte Hook
Aaron Smith
Noah Berrey
Conor Smith

 

Additional Information about the projects we get involved in can be found in the SMSC part of the website or in the BIG BOOK OF WONDERS outside Mrs Hall's office.   Alternatively, why not ask the Ambassadors directly to speak about their role?

Our priorities for this year:

  • Continue with our existing work and recruit new School Ambassadors,
  • Be more visible within the school and support others in and outside the classroom,
  • Make sure that pupils at Grove have got a say in what happens in their school,
  • Represent and help promote our school,
  • Speak to other schools in the Hub about our role.

NEWS FROM THE SCHOOL AMBASSADORS

NEWS FROM THE SCHOOL AMBASSADORS 1 Summer 2016
NEWS FROM THE SCHOOL AMBASSADORS 2 Spring 2015
NEWS FROM THE SCHOOL AMBASSADORS 3 March 2015
NEWS FROM THE SCHOOL AMBASSADORS 4 January 2015
NEWS FROM THE SCHOOL AMBASSADORS 5 January 2015
NEWS FROM THE SCHOOL AMBASSADORS 6 November 2014

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