Pupil Leadership Team 2017 - 18

Our Pupil Leadership Team 

Nine Acres Pupil leadership team have a very important and active role within the school. The team meet regularly with the senior leaders and provide important information about all aspects of school life and help to make important decisions that will affect the whole school community. Our leaders wear badges to show they are part of the team and other children are encouraged to offer their thoughts and feelings about their time at school.

We value all that the pupil leadership team have to offer and they make a fantastic contribution to school life and many of the activities and events offered to the children and their families. All children have the chance to become part of the school leadership team and take part in our democratic style of leadership.

Every September, any children wishing to become part of the pupil leadership team can write a letter to the head teacher and the existing team and a meeting will be held to discuss this. Children will then be interviewed and asked how they could contribute to the life of the school. A vote is then held and if a child is successful, they will be offered a place in the next meeting.

Meetings are held monthly, or more often if there are important decisions to be made about the school.

 

Roles and Responsibilities of our Pupil Leadership Team:

  • To act as an ambassador for the school both in and out. Our Pupil leaders encourage all children within Nine Acres Primary to develop pride and spirit in the school and within our respective sporting teams.
  • To represent pupil voice. We have pupil leaders for every class, from year one right through to year six.
  • To work alongside the senior leadership team to help shape our school on its journey to good. They help the governors to make decisions on behalf of the pupils and meet regularly to feedback to the senior leadership team and governors about key decisions.
  • To plan, organise and promote fundraising events.
  • To work with the local and wider community
  • To discuss attendance alongside the attendance monitors.
  • To promote safety in school.
  • To promote school values and British values in all activities across the school.
  • To be a model of good leadership and positive sporting behaviour to the whole school community.