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Meet Our School Ambassadors

Becoming an Ambassador at Coopersale & Theydon Garnon CE Primary School

What is a school ambassador?

A school ambassador is voted by their classmates as the representatives for their class. They are the person who listens to all the ideas, worries and opinions of the class and brings them to whole school meetings, to be shared with the ambassador team.  Three ambassadors are chosen from years 1 to 6.  A school ambassador represents the whole school and therefor they a role model to all fellow pupils.  

Roles and Responsibilities:

•  Listening to the views and concerns of other pupils;

• Representing these concerns to Mrs Rogers and other adults including the Senior 

 Leadership team and the school governors;

• Coming up with ideas to help improve the school and make decisions;

• Thinking of ways to contribute locally and globally;

• Fundraise for charities chosen by the children;

• Creating a school magazine/newsletters;

• Welcoming new pupils and visitors to the school;

• KS2 Ambassadors will attend and make a presentation at governors meetings.

• Attend ambassador meetings;

• Asking questions at interviews and giving feedback to the Senior Leadership Team.

 

Expectations:

- Your attendance should be 95% or above.

- Model excellent behaviour and learning attitudes both inside and outside the classroom. 

- Be a good listener, listening to other people’s ideas and opinions.

- Being confident to share ideas and feedback with others.

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