School Council and Wellbeing Ambassador
As a councillor, representing the children of St Julies, I understand the need and importance of always;
- Being polite and kind
- Being a good role model, in and out of school
- Telling a member of staff if there is a problem
- Being respectful of other peoples’ ideas
- Talking to others in a quiet and considerate way
- Working together to make decisions and solve problems
The main purpose of our School Council is to ensure that all pupils have;
- A Voice (The Convention on Rights of the Child, Article 12) children have the right to say what they think should happen when adults are making decisions that affect them, and have their opinions taken into account.
- A safe, quiet and respectful environment
- A forum to voice their concerns and act upon them
The role of the Wellbeing Ambassador was decided by the team and is listed below:
- To spread happiness and peace throughout the school.
- To welcome new children and staff to the school.
- To be kind, caring and helpful towards others.
- To always treat others as you would like to be treated yourself.
- To promote and put into place the 'Six Core Values'. ( Respect, Unity, Resilience, Love, Hope and Honesty )
- To always walk in the Footsteps of Jesus’
The School Council and Wellbeing Ambassadors are made up of pupils from Y2-Y6 classes. They were elected by their peers:
Year 2: Darcey C and Fraser W
Year 3: India S and Thomas H
Year 4: Robert F and Josie-Mo F
Year 5: Myla M and Daniel B
Year 6: Isla B, Daniel L and Tiana M
School council members and Wellbeing Ambassadors work extremely hard to represent the views of their classmates and to work on whole school projects. They are intent on making the school as successful, happy and enjoyable as it can be.