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Year Six Achievements Book

Year Six Achievements Book

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Year Six Achievements Book
 
Volume 2:1Edition 4Autumn 2009
 
 
Break Time Buddies
 Early in September the children were given the chance to apply to become a Break TimeBuddy.Our Break Time Buddies scheme was set up last year in order to help the children in theinfants and juniors mix. The Buddies develop various skills as they carry out their variousresponsibilities including caring for the children, organising games, assisting with supervisionas the children go to and from the dinner hall, demonstrating good table manners andpresenting awards.In order to be appointed as a Buddy, the children first of all complete an application formexplaining their desire to become a Buddy. The children then attend an interview with amember of staff where they have a further opportunity to demonstrate their ideas aboutbeing a good Buddy.In all, 16 Buddies were appointed and they have all proved to be really popular with thechildren in Foundation Stage and Key Stage One (and the staff!)
 
 
School Council
 The children once again had the chance to vote for a member of the class to represent themon the School Council. Several pupils wanted to be considered and each child who wanted totake part was given two minutes to deliver a speech to their peers. In the end, Kayti was votedas the member for the girls and Matty for the boys. Ella was asked to become Secretary of theCouncil for the year.The School Council meeting for the first time
Receptionists
Pupils in year 6 applied to become pupil receptionists, a job which is very important and helpswith the running of the school. This year Kayti, Lucy, Abby and Ella were chosen to take on thisimportant position.The children are asked to answer the phone at lunch times and pass on important messages.They also help with the many office jobs, sorting the newsletters, printing out club letters andshredding old documents.Their assistance is very valuable and really helps the school office staff.

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