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"We are Children helping Children!"

 

Student Ambassadors have an important role to play in the daily life of Heath Primary School. Our Ambassadors undergo an application process that includes a letter of application and shortlisting by our anti- bullying co-ordinator (Mrs Hill) and governor (Mr Swales) Successful candidates are then offered an Ambassador role for the year. Pupils are made aware of the responsibility that accompanies this role and the high standards of behaviour that all Ambassadors must adhere to.

 

As part of their preparation for the Ambassador role, pupils will be provided with training, by Mrs Hill  and Ann Foxley - Johnson an anti-bullying educator. As a Team our Ambassadors will also work with Ambassadors from local schools in our cluster.

 

An Ambassador role at Heath Primary School is an excellent learning experience and a fantastic opportunity for children to excel, take responsibility and gain knowledge and skills that will benefit them immensely.

Heath Primary School Ambassadors 2018-2019

Heath Primary School Ambassadors 2018-2019 1
 All our Ambassadors had a fantastic time, learning new skills and developing their roles with Ann Foxely -Johnson a National Anti-Bullying Educator. The children are very excited to start their roles and have lot's of ideas on how we can continue to help and support all children at HPS and for future events to raise awareness.
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 Friendship Week 2018 "Choose Respect"

Online safety is paramount. At HPS we have a whole school approach to e-safety. Our Ambassadors held a very informative assembly with a focus on ‘Keeping safe’.

 Online safety is paramount. At HPS we have a whole school approach to e-safety. Our Ambassadors held a very informative assembly with a focus on ‘Keeping safe’. 1
It is a pleasure to announce that Heath Primary School has again received the STOP award for anti-bullying work done in school. The children and staff have worked hard to develop a culture where any worries or concerns are dealt with and children have a number of trusted adults within school who can support them if necessary. A huge thank you to all concerned and especially to our anti-bullying ambassadors who have worked hard to support others this year. Thank you also to parents, communication between parents and school is equally important in ensuring children feel safe and happy when they come to school.
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