Pupil Leadership Team
The members of our Pupil Leadership Team are elected each academic year by children in their class in a secret ballot. They have an important role to play in seeking the views and opinions from pupils, putting forward improvement ideas and being a voice for pupils on how they want their school to work.
What do they do?
The Pupil Leadership Team meet regularly with staff to discuss issues which are important to children at Winslow CE School, and they then hold class meetings. The Pupils serve the school community, helping to promote our school values, and continuing to let their ‘Light Shine’. Our School Council is led by Mrs Burman.
What qualities do thy need to have?
- They have to model and follow our values at all times
- They have to be good listeners
- They have to be confident about talking in front of others
|Leo, Sumiyah, Eloise and Millie
|Luna, Esmae, Connie and Frankie
|Stan, Holly, Fearne and Arbie
|James, Violet, Sybil and Buster
|Ava, Bobby, Abi and Roman
The Sports Council at Winslow Church of England School are:
|Matilda, Billy, Emily, Poppy, Ted and Josh
|Parker, Charlie, Luna and Isaiah
The Sports Council is an important part of school life at Winslow CE School. The children, selected by their peers, help rn and organise games fo the whole school at playtimes. They help select our sports teams, help organise and run interschool festivals as well as our school games.
As leaders, the children develop their leadership skills. They are role models for others, and they learn how best to motivate and encourage small groups of children all ages.
At Winslow, our Year 6 Reading Ambassadors support and help to drive Reading forwards. Having successfully applied for the role, our ambassadors work closely with school leaders to support reading projects and also to promote our Reading for Pleasure agenda. They work in our school library and help to share their love of books and reading. Each term we produce a Reading newsletter and the ambassadors have a regular entry. Our reading ambassadors are:
We have four houses and each pupil is a representative of one of the houses. Our houses are:
Our school team captains represent each house. Not only do they encourage their team members on Sports Day, but throughout the year they spur them on to collect golden tickets and valuable team points. The winning team each term wears their team colours with pride on one day during the final week.