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Boy & Girl
Boy & Girl
As Head Boy and Head Girl, our role is to support the Headteacher and Senior Leadership Team in promoting and representing the school.
We represent the school at important events, making speeches that promote the school, showing visitors around, telling them all about
our school and why we enjoy being pupils at All Saints.
We regularly meet with school council and prefects to make sure that every pupil's voice is heard. We also help all children in school, if they have problems we try to help, if they have questions we try to give them an answer. If we cannot help we will always find someone that can help.
To become Head Boy and Girl we went through a rigorous voting process. We had to deliver a speech to the whole school saying why we would be a good representative for the school. Once we had done this every child in school voted and then all the votes were counted.
Some of the requirements to become a head boy and Girl are;
1. Experience of being an excellent role model for others.
2. Experience of talking to others confidently, or giving speeches.
3. Good behaviour, being able to follow the school rules.
4. Understands right from wrong.
5. Ability to communicate to large groups confidently.
All about Play Leaders and Peer Mediators
All year 5 children undergo three days Peer Mediator training, learning skills of how to help other children resolve their conflict in a peaceful way, how not to take sides, listen to all children involved in the conflict and come to a peaceful resolution.
After the training twenty children are initially chosen to become peer mediators. The children are paired up, either with a class mate or an experienced Year 6 pupil and they go out on the playground at lunchtimes to help children that have fallen out with each other or have had a disagreement about something.
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All Saints 2020 Lockdown Entrepreneurs
Two of our pupils put their crafting skills to great use during
lockdown and made games and keyrings carved from wood,
raising a fantastic amount of money for school.
"We made key rings and games. The game was called tick tack toe.
We made small and big ones using tree stumps. We sold them on
Facebook and then delivered them. Some were collected from our
house too. We sold the big tree stump ones for about £10-£15
and the smaller ones were about £5. The key rings were sold for
50p. We worked hard and made them together. We raised about
£800 for school during lockdown."
Well done and thank you!