Our school Ambassadors are chosen by the children for the children. They are elected at the end of the summer term in order for them to be ready for September. They are involved throughout the school year in decision making and events. A good Ambassador sets the standard for behaviour and they promote the school's Christian Ethos in everything they do.
The meeting this month was to discuss, plan and make arrangements for the forthcoming Harvest service. The ambassadors each have key roles within the service, including collecting money and welcoming our guests to the Criftins Harvest Lunch. They have also written a prayer together, which they will read out at the end of the lunch.
We met this week to plan a Christmas competition open to pupil of all ages in school. We will announce the winners in the final celebration assembly of the year.
We had lots of wonderful entries for our competition. We met this week to decide on winners from KS1 and KS2. It was difficult to come to a conclusion as they were all so brilliant!
We announced the winners in celebration assembly and rewarded them with a Christmas themed prize!
Today, the ambassadors met with Mai Thomas (a local artist) and Mrs Hardwick to discuss an exciting art project for our school. The ambassadors were very forthcoming with ideas and their views were highly valued. A very positive and productive meeting!
Working as a team to make important decisions about the dojo and house point treat.
We met on many occasions during the month of March to discuss plans for the Easter Service.
Please take a look at the video that we created as part of our service. It is our take on the Easter Story. We hope you enjoy.
In Criftins, we value the pupils' voices. Therefore, today we had an open discussion about the quality of our school dinners.
We considered three points;
What we like about the school dinners
What we don't like about the school dinners
What we would like to see on the Criftins menu
It was great to hear everyone's responses.