Current Ambassador roles in school

Sports Ambassadors

Active roles: 
  1. Leading Playtime Games:
    • Organised Play Sessions: Plan and lead a variety of playtime games, such as tag, relay races, or obstacle courses.
    • Game Rotation: Create a schedule for different games each day to keep playtime fun and engaging.
    • Inclusion Initiatives: Ensure that all children, regardless of skill level, are included in the activities by adapting games to be more inclusive.
2. Refereeing Football Games on the MUGA (Multi-Use Games Area):
      • Rule Enforcement: Understand and enforce the rules of football during games, ensuring fair play and sportsmanship.
      • Game Setup: Organise teams and set up the field, including marking boundaries and setting up goals.
      • Conflict Resolution: Manage conflicts and disputes during games, teaching peers how to handle disagreements respectfully.
3. Sorting Sports Equipment:
      • Inventory Management: Keep an inventory of sports equipment, ensuring everything is accounted for and in good condition.
      • Equipment Organisation: Organise equipment in the storage area, making sure it is easily accessible and neatly arranged.
      • Maintenance Checks: Regularly check equipment for damage or wear and report any issues to the teacher in charge.
4. Promoting Physical Activity: 
    • Active Breaks: Encourage and lead short physical activity breaks during class time to help students stay active.
    • Health and Fitness Talks: Give talks or presentations on the benefits of physical activity and maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
    • Fitness Clubs: Help run or support fitness clubs where students can engage in different types of physical activities beyond the regular PE curriculum.

To Do:

  1. Sports Challenges and Competitions:

    • Organise Competitions: Plan and run small sports competitions or tournaments during lunch breaks or after school.
    • Skill Challenges: Set up skill challenges (e.g., dribbling, shooting accuracy) to encourage practice and improvement.
    • Award Ceremonies: Organise simple award ceremonies to recognise participation and achievements in sports activities.

Reading Ambassadors

Active roles: 
  1. Library Helpers:
    • Organise Books: Assist in the school library by shelving books, creating displays, and ensuring books are in the correct order.
    • Book Fairs: Help plan and run book fairs, encouraging classmates to explore and purchase new books.
    • Library Tours: Give tours of the library to new students, explaining how to find books and use library resources.

To Do: 

  1. Reading Buddies:
    • Pair Up: Pair up with younger or less confident readers to read together, offering support and encouragement.
    • Reading Sessions: Schedule regular reading sessions where buddies can share stories and practise reading aloud.
    • Discussion Prompts: Prepare discussion prompts or questions to help buddies talk about the stories they read.
  2. Book Recommendations:
    • Recommendation Corner: Create a book recommendation corner in the library or classroom where Reading Ambassadors suggest favourite books and write short reviews.
    • Book Trailers: Make short video or audio book trailers to introduce and recommend books to classmates.
    • Reading Lists: Compile themed reading lists (e.g., adventure, mystery, fantasy) to help students find books they might enjoy.
  3. Storytime Sessions:
    • Organise Storytime: Schedule and lead story time sessions for younger classes, selecting engaging and age-appropriate books.
    • Interactive Reading: Use props, voices, and questions to make story time interactive and fun.
    • Guest Readers: Invite teachers, parents, or older students to be guest readers for special story time events.
  4. Reading Challenges:
    • Reading Competitions: Develop and promote reading challenges or competitions, such as “Read-a-Thon” or “Reading Bingo.”
    • Track Progress: Create charts or journals for students to track their reading progress and achievements.
    • Incentives: Organise small rewards or certificates for students who meet their reading goals.
  5. Promoting a Love of Reading:
    • Book Clubs: Start and run book clubs where students can meet to discuss books they are reading.
    • Author Visits: Help organise author visits or virtual author talks to inspire and excite students about reading and writing.
    • Reading Celebrations: Plan special events such as “World Book Day” celebrations, including activities like costume contests, book-themed crafts, and reading marathons.

Environment Ambassadors

Active roles:
  1. Clean-Up Activities:
    • Litter Patrols: Organise regular litter patrols to keep the school grounds clean and free of rubbish.
    • Community Clean-Ups: Plan community clean-up events in nearby parks or streets, involving students, teachers, and parents.
    • Litter Education: Teach students about the impact of litter on the environment and how they can help reduce it.

To Do:

  1. Recycling Programmes:

    • Recycling Bins: Set up and maintain recycling bins around the school for paper, plastic, and other recyclable materials.
    • Education Campaigns: Educate peers about the importance of recycling through presentations, posters, and classroom talks.
    • Recycling Monitors: Regularly check the recycling bins and ensure that materials are correctly sorted.
  2. Energy Conservation:

    • Energy Audits: Conduct energy audits in classrooms to identify ways to save energy, such as turning off lights and electronics when not in use.
    • Energy Saving Tips: Create and distribute tips for energy conservation to teachers and students.
    • Monitor Usage: Encourage classmates to be mindful of energy usage and to adopt energy-saving practices.
  3. School Garden Projects:

    • Gardening Club: Start or support a gardening club to maintain the school garden and grow flowers, vegetables, and herbs.
    • Planting Events: Organise planting events where students can plant trees, shrubs, and other greenery around the school.
    • Composting: Set up and manage a compost bin for garden waste and educate students on the benefits of composting.
  4. Waste Reduction Initiatives:

    • Waste Audits: Conduct waste audits to identify the amount and types of waste produced by the school and suggest ways to reduce it.
    • Reusable Products: Promote the use of reusable products, such as water bottles, lunch containers, and shopping bags.
    • Zero-Waste Events: Plan and implement zero-waste events, encouraging participants to minimise waste and use sustainable materials.
  5. Environmental Awareness:

    • Eco-Friendly Campaigns: Lead campaigns on topics such as reducing plastic use, protecting wildlife, and conserving water.
    • Eco-Newsletter: Create a monthly eco-newsletter to inform the school community about environmental issues and activities.
    • Guest Speakers: Invite environmental experts to speak at the school and share their knowledge and experiences.
  7. Green Space Improvement:

    • Nature Areas: Develop and maintain nature areas or outdoor classrooms where students can learn about and enjoy the natural environment.
    • Wildlife Habitats: Create habitats for local wildlife, such as birdhouses, butterfly gardens, and bug hotels.
    • Outdoor Learning: Promote the use of outdoor spaces for learning about nature, science, and the environment.



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Healthy Minds Playground Champions

  1. Pupil friend: Use calming techniques to help children at playtime
  2. Peer Support: Act as peer mentors, offering a listening ear to classmates who need someone to talk to.
  3. Corridor monitors: having high expectations for children through school 
  4. Mindfulness Sessions: Lead short mindfulness or meditation exercises during morning assemblies or class time.
  5. Wellness Workshops: Organise workshops or talks on topics like stress management, positive thinking, and emotional regulation.
  6. Wellness Boards: Create and maintain a wellness board with tips, positive affirmations, and mental health resources.

Language Ambassadors

  1. Language Clubs: Lead or assist in running language clubs where students can learn and practice new languages.
  2. Cultural Exchange: Organise cultural exchange activities, such as international days or language cafes, where students share their cultural backgrounds.
  3. Language Lessons: Teach basic phrases and words in different languages to classmates during designated times.
  4. Translation Help: Assist teachers and students who need help with translation or understanding materials in different languages.
  5. Language Celebrations: Plan and celebrate events like European Day of Languages with various activities highlighting different languages and cultures.
  6. Library monitors: Monitor the library, checking books in and out.

Digital Ambassadors

  1. Digital Projects: Lead or assist in digital projects such as creating a school blog, website, or digital newsletters.
  2. Tech Help Desk: Set up a help desk where students can come for assistance with digital devices and technology-related issues.
  3. Online Safety Workshops: Organise workshops or presentations on online safety and digital citizenship.
  4. Tech Tutorials: Provide tutorials or one-on-one help sessions for students and teachers to improve their tech skills.
  5. Coding Clubs: Help run or support coding clubs where students can learn programming languages and work on coding projects.


Maths Ambassadors

  1. Maths Clubs:
    • Weekly Sessions: Organise and lead weekly maths clubs where students can engage in fun maths-related activities and games.
    • Puzzle Challenges: Set up maths puzzle challenges and brainteasers for club members to solve collaboratively.
    • Guest Speakers: Invite speakers, such as local mathematicians or STEM professionals, to talk about how they use maths in their careers.
  2. Maths Help Desk:
    • Homework Support: Set up a help desk during lunch or break times where students can get help with their maths homework.
    • Peer Tutoring: Pair up with students who need extra support in maths, offering one-on-one or small group tutoring sessions.
    • Resource Sharing: Create and distribute maths resource sheets, such as multiplication tables or maths fact cards.
  3. Maths Challenges and Competitions:
    • Maths Quizzes: Organise maths quizzes or trivia contests for different year groups, with fun prizes for the winners.
    • Maths Olympiad: Plan and run a school-wide Maths Olympiad with various maths challenges and competitions.
    • Daily Challenges: Post daily maths challenges or problems on a school notice board or in classrooms for students to solve.
  4. Promoting Maths in Everyday Life:
    • Real-World Maths: Create presentations or posters showing how maths is used in everyday life, from cooking to sports to shopping.
    • Maths Trails: Design and set up maths trails around the school where students solve problems at different stations.
    • Classroom Activities: Suggest and assist teachers in incorporating practical maths activities into their lessons.
  5. Maths Workshops:
    • Interactive Workshops: Plan and lead interactive maths workshops focused on fun topics like geometry, coding, or logic puzzles.
    • Family Maths Nights: Organise family maths nights where students and their families can engage in maths games and activities together.
    • STEM Integration: Coordinate with science and technology clubs to create interdisciplinary projects that include maths.
  6. Maths Resources:
    • Library Section: Help set up and maintain a special section in the school library with maths books, games, and resources.
    • Online Resources: Create a list of recommended maths websites, apps, and online games for students to use at home.
    • Maths Kits: Develop maths kits containing manipulatives and tools (like rulers, protractors, and counters) for classroom use.
  7. Maths Awareness Campaigns:
    • Maths Week: Plan and organise a Maths Week with themed days, special activities, and guest speakers.
    • Poster Campaigns: Create and display posters around the school promoting a positive attitude towards maths and its importance.
    • Maths Heroes: Highlight famous mathematicians and their contributions, encouraging students to learn about their work and achievements.

These activities aim to foster a positive attitude towards maths, support students who may struggle, and showcase the fun and practical aspects of the subject.

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