Meet our Treleigh Ambassadors
Treleigh School Ambassadors
Meet our newly formed group of Treleigh Ambassadors! Our current ambassadors find themselves in a unique position where they are able to develop our new ambassador roles in school and support the future recruitment of new ambassadors moving forward. We look forward to using them as much as we can within our school day and in support of relevant extra curricular activities. Our ambassadors are going to be keeping a keen eye out for future aspiring ambassadors, who they feel will be suitable to apply for roles in the near future. Watch this space!
Link Adult: Mr Proctor/Miss Daniels
Pupils in Key Stage 2 are able to apply for this position which is overseen by Mr Proctor and Miss Daniels. The role of Sports Ambassadors is to maximise pupil learning by providing them with the opportunity to take more responsibility of their own and others learning through the use of physical education. It is also aimed to establish a higher regard for the importance of physical education throughout the school. As well as allowing pupils the opportunity to engage with pupils in other year groups, manage resources, demonstrate skills and share knowledge with others, it aims to help each child to develop leadership skills to equip the to become possible future sports leaders.
Link Adult: Miss Drinnan/Mrs Winnan
Pupils in Key Stage 2 are able to apply for this position which is overseen by Miss Drinnan and Mrs Winnan. This group of pupils are responsible for the promotion of looking after the school environment and our role in looking after the world. The ambassadors will oversee the need to save energy in classes, will implement (with the support of their peers) ways in which they can reuse or recycle. They will ensure waste is kept to a minimum and that electricity/water is used wisely.
Link Adult: Miss Philpott/Miss Morris
Pupils in Key Stage 2 are able to apply for this position which is overseen by Miss Philpott and Miss Morris. Reading Ambassadors encourage others in school to read, and in partnership with our librarians, complete library audits to find out what books, genres, dictionaries and thesauruses are needed to support reading. Another role the Reading Ambassadors take, is making sure others get to know about new books, and all things related to reading. They do this through; actively engaging and supporting our reading for pleasure programme, as well as keeping our library areas well organised and tidy for all to use.
Link Adult: Mrs Bailey/Mrs Winnan
Pupils in Key Stage 2 are able to apply for this position which is overseen by Mrs Bailey and Mrs Winnan. Music ambassadors will support singing assemblies in both key stages by setting up the computer/music/words for the member of staff leading the assembly. They will be responsible for helping to keep our instrument areas tidy and may sometimes be required to transport instruments around school. Music ambassadors will be given priority when there is an opportunity to take part in a musical event either in or out of school and provide feedback during assemblies on any musical successes.
EYFS/KS 1 Pupil Voice
Link Adult: Mrs Winnan
Our Pupil Voice Ambassadors are voted for by their peers to represent the early years and Key Stage 1.
At Treleigh we believe everyone has a voice and value what our children say about their learning and school life. We believe everyone in our school community has a responsibility and can make a difference. The aim of the role as a EYFS/KS1 Pupil Voice ambassador is to ensure all of our youngest children’s views are listened to, valued and acted upon. This helps make our school a positive and secure environment whilst encouraging a sense of shared responsibility and inclusivity. Everyone's voice matters!
Link Adult: Mrs Morley/Miss Lucas
Pupils in Key Stage 2 are able to apply for this position which is overseen by Mrs Morley and Miss Lucas. Digital Leaders play a key role in the promotion of a digital world. They support in the teaching of and understanding of digital technology. They learn new techniques and teaching methods allowing them to share with their peers and can support the teaching and learning. Digital Ambassadors also take care of the equipment in school. They understand the need to look after the wide range of devices and can demonstrate how elements can be used correctly. In addition to this, the appointed ambassadors will lead on the e-safety agenda. They will promote e-safety across the school through regular activities and events. They will also play a key role in delivering key messages to parents and family members.
Link Adult: Mrs Wheeler/Miss Pascoe
Pupils in Key Stage 2 are able to apply for this position which is overseen by Mrs Wheeler and Miss Pascoe. Our Wellbeing Ambassadors consistently act as positive role models for others. Their role includes supporting pupil wellbeing through proactively empowering children to positively interact, to ensure no bullying occurs, and to identify children that may need support. The Wellbeing Ambassadors are also responsible for making sure mental health and wellbeing is a priority for everyone within school, in line with the World Health Organisation’s guidance, by advocating an ethos which teaches us it is good to ‘speak out’ and ask for help, from a young age.