Young Governors and our Pupil Leadership Team
At Greatstone Primary School, we believe very strongly in our pupils having a voice in the development and improvement of our school and we invite them to be active participants in the journey of our school tiptoi manuell herunterladen.
The voice of our pupils is strongly supported by our vision and values, being part of our Greatstone family means that everyone has the opportunity to share their ideas and thoughts in a respectful manner, if we want our children to be ‘mighty learning warriors’, then It’s vital they get the chance to ask challenging questions and make important decisions about the future of our school.
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Once elected, each governor is then presented with a badge and special school tie by our Governing Body at the beginning of the school year. They meet regularly with a senior leader to make decisions about the school and share the outcomes with the rest of their class musik klingeltöne herunterladen. This year, our school governors led the process of House names in our school.
This Autumn Term, we have introduced Houses linked to local zoos as voted for by our Young Governors, called Port Lympne, Howletts, Drusillas and Wingham minecraft map to download. House captains are responsible for leading Sports day events and other whole school activities linked by houses. Each week, the points for each house are collected and awards are given to the winning house.
Head / Deputy Head Boy and Girl
Introduced for the first time this year, our Head Boy and Head girl posts along with each of their deputies, our Y6 pupils were invited to apply for the position. Following a letter of application, each candidate was then interviewed by Senior Leaders- an incredible way for children to experience the working world.
Once appointed, these children are then given many responsibilities including showing visitors around, helping to write child friendly policies and helping to settle in younger children.
In our school, our Greatstone family is the bedrock of all we do and being part of a family means the oldest are there to help nurture and set an example to the youngest pupils. Each Y6 child is paired up with a YR child to help settle them in, support them with their reading and be a close buddy for other activities. The close bonds the children make are ever-lasting and have a deep impression on both young and older children alike.