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RRR and Ambassadors

The Rights, Respect and Responsibilities (RRR) Ambassadors


Who we are:

The RRR Ambassadors are made up of two representatives from each year group group who have been elected by their class to represent the school.


The election of the RRR Ambassadors reflects our British electoral system and demonstrates democracy in action: candidates make speeches, pupils consider characteristics important for an elected representative, pupils vote in secret using ballot boxes etc.


What we do:

We meet every 2 weeks on Wednesday to discuss ideas on improving the school and issues raised by the different classes, plan events for the whole school and design assemblies. The group has an opportunity to spend from the school budget and is able to genuinely effect change within the school; in the past, the group has planned the outdoor classroom. The Ambassadors are actively involved in staff recruitment. They conduct school tours for candidates and have in the past interviewed them. There are also opportunities to provide teachers with feedback, such as a review of themed weeks and policies including the Anti-bullying and behaviour policies.Also,  at the beginning of every school year, we discuss the charities we will fundraise money for. For 2016 -17 we have, as a school vote, decided to sponsor the following: Children In Need, Save the Children - Christmas Jumper Day, Comic Relief - Red Nose Day, WWF and Cancer Research UK.


Written by our Year 6 Ambassadors.