Pupil leadership

Giving pupils a voice and responsibilities

Twickenham Primary Academy

  Who Meetings  Remit
The Hub

1 x Class Ambassador from each class

The Principal

Once per month

Pupils to have a voice over a variety of issues;

Speak to staff and parents to gather pupil feedback;

Pupils to be involved in day to day decision making

Senior Heads Team

4 x Heads of House and the

4 x Deputy Heads of Houses

The Principal

The Deputy Head

Twice a term

Pupils to have a voice over a variety of issues, and can suggest new ideas

Speak to Staff and parents to gather pupil feedback;

Pupils to be involved in strategic decision making

Review recent initiatives

Class Ambassador

1 per Class

Voted each term

Held only once per year

School Council

Collect ideas and feedback prior to School Council

Feedback on meeting to class

Heads of Houses and Deputy Heads of Houses

Self-nomination

Class voting after speech to school

Twice a term 

As required

Attend Senior Heads Team meetings

Assist with the organisation of House events

Assist with selection of and fund raising for the House charity

Count house points each week

Wear Badge

Our School houses are named after world inspirational leaders (Pankhurst, Shackleton, Gandhi, Parks).

GEMS Twickenham Primary Academy Eco Committee

  Who  Meetings  Remit
Eco-warrior

Pupils who wish to be considered for this post undertake a specific task at the start of the autumn term eg design a poster.

3 are chosen by their peers to represent their class in this capacity.

One will be allocated to each term.

2 x Eco-Committee meetings a term

Check there is a recycling box in their classroom;

Ensure the box is emptied;

·Turn off classroom lights when the room is not in use;

Make suggestions for eco improvements;

Proactive in Eco-Committee initiatives;

Wear a badge

Garden Monitor Nominated by Class Teacher 2  x Eco-Committee meetings a term

Report any problems in the garden and playground areas;

Form part of a watering rota in warm weather;

Attend key planting and tending sessions;

Make suggestions to improve the garden environment; 

Wear a badge

Library Monitor

Literacy Coordinator asks pupils to undertake a specific task at the start of the autumn term eg a book review.

Monitors are allocated for a term

 

Report any problems in the Library areas;

Tidy the books and to empty the returned book stores;

Maintain a suggestions book and to report feedback to the Literacy Coordinator;

Encourage pupil and staff book reviews;

Attend Library meetings as called by the Literacy Coordinator;

Make suggestions to improve the Library resources and facilities;

A badge is worn.