Junior Leadership Team

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2 pupils from year 3, 4, 5 & 6
Presentation and class vote
1 boy and 1 girl from Year 6
Application and presentation
Year 6 pupils
Application
Year 5 pupils
Application
2 pupils from year 3, 4, 5 and Head Boy and Head Girl
Application
2 pupil from each year group from year 1 upwards Application and class vote
Role Role Role Role Role Role
  • To focus on improving teaching and learning by supporting children and teachers to develop the ASPIRE  learning behaviours across school
  • To be ambassadors for our school
  • To be ambassadors for our school
  • To be role models for all pupils
  • To support pupils to follow ‘The Manor Way’
  • To be aware of all Junior leadership teams and liaise with the Headteacher and Deputy Headteacher
  • To be ambassadors for our school
  • To be role models for all pupils
  • To undertake leadership tasks to ensure the smooth running of the school
  • To support pupils to follow ‘The Manor Way’
  • To organise games and learning opportunities on the playground
  • Ensure the playground is a safer, more enjoyable space for younger pupils
  • To support pupils to follow ‘The Manor Way’
  • To help children develop Rights Respecting language, telling children about their rights and how to respect these rights
  • To be ambassadors for our school
  • To be role models for all pupils
  • To address environmental issues and promote sustainability by ensuring that all members of the school community reduce waste and lower energy consumption.
  • To take responsibility for the school environment: care, upkeep and improvement.
Responsibilities Responsibilities Responsibilities Responsibilities Responsibilities Responsibilities
  • Undertake lesson observations to evaluate ASPIRE learning behaviours
  • Ensuring the WAT pledge is planned for and achieved
  • Regular meetings
  • Digital leaders
  • Manage and oversee the junior leadership meetings
  • To present to new parents, welcome  visitors and show them round
  • To write a short profile of themselves for the school website
  • To produce a half termly report to support the headteacher’s report to the governors
  • To meet with PTA to talk about ideas that children would be interested in
  • Lunchtime door monitors
  • ICT lunchtime leaders
  • Setting up for praise assembly
  • Welcoming parents and visitors to events
  • Ensuring allocated classes have filled water bottles daily
  • Register monitors
  • Library monitors
  • Assembly technicians
  • To organise games
  • Look after younger pupils
  • Support pupils to join in and make friends
  • Take out and put away playground equipment
  • Mediate (this involves additional training and is a skilled role).
  • Meet monthly deciding on which rights we will focus on.
  • Welcome visitors and share  Rights Respecting Schools and how it is embedded
  • To write a short statement for the website about who they are and the steering group's goals
  • Write a termly RRSA article for the newsletter to keep parents up to date
  • Get active with our local community, working with different groups
  • Be energy effective towards  the daily running of our school day. (Switch it off Fortnight)
  • Maintain and develop the school grounds
  • British Gas Go Green activities
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Mrs Williams Miss Buffery Mrs Wilkinson Mrs McCahill Mrs Turton Mrs Mason
Manor Way Primary Academy
Brier Mill Road,
Halesowen,
West Midlands.
B63 3HA
Telephone: 0121 272 7310
Email: information@manor.windsoracademytrust.org.uk