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Studley Green Primary School

Our school is a unique, happy and special place. Within the heart of the community, it is where children feel safe, loved and supported as they grow and develop into confident and successful individuals. We believe that an outstanding education is the single most important factor in ensuring success in life and we are relentless in the pursuit of this. We expect the highest level of engagement from all who share in our vision of 'beyond expectation'.

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Studley Leaders

School Leaders

At Studley Green we encourage all of our pupils to be responsible, respectful, active citizens who contribute positively to society. There are a number of positions of responsibility for the pupils in our school and as there is a strong take-up by pupils of the opportunities available, most of these positions have an application and interview process. Please see Mr Orr if you are interested in becoming a Studley Leader.

 

School Council

We have 16  School Councillors who represent the voices and opinions of their classmates. These are voted for by their peers. We currently have  2 children representing  each mainstream class and 2 from all the Resource Base classes.

 

They usually hold a meeting together  with Mrs Osborn once a fortnight  to ensure they can share any good ideas or to try to resolve any difficulties. 

 

The School Councillors are a vital part of Studley Green Primary School and they form an ongoing part of the school voice. The Year 6 school councillors take turns to  be  the Chair person , whose role it is  to  take down plans of action at each meeting. These are then swiftly brought to the Head teacher's notice and may also often be taken to the following staff meeting.  The School Councillors know that their voice is important and that anything they say WILL be listened to and dealt with. 

 

These are just a few of the exciting  ideas and changes that Studley Green School Councillors have brought about:-

  • Been instrumental in altering the school lunchtime sessions so that we now have three lunch sittings { This was after  discussions regarding reducing playground conflicts}

  • Chosen an all-weather running surface for the school field { As a solution to being able to use the school field when it was wet}

  • Introduced  a 'Meet and Greet'  service so that they welcome all parents coming to Friday Achievement assembly { So that visitors know where to go if they have not been before}

  • Chosen new play equipment with a soft surface underneath for a Tyre-Play area. { This involved a visit to another school for research, plus design ideas and made a safe area for all children, so less grazes!}

  • Held 'coffee & cake' mornings, serving to members of our local community in the school and also out in the local community Residential Care home. {This required everyone learning to interact with different adults, speak clearly, listen carefully and to make and serve tea and coffee including carrying cups and saucers!}

  • Interviewed new members of staff and important people in the community { Including the vicar of St John's Evangelist church}

 

Magic Breakfast Monitors

Magic Breakfast is our free, before-school breakfast club for all children. Magic Breakfast couldn’t be run without the help of the fantastic team of helpers. These Magic Breakfast Monitors come in early to prepare bagels, cereal and milk and then serve them to the pupils. They assist with tidying and washing up - all before school has even started!

 

Mini Police

This year Studley Green Primary School is taking part in Wiltshire’s Mini Police scheme. On the 2nd of October Year 6 pupils made their promises to become our Mini Police representatives. As Mini Police these pupils will be involved in projects to enhance school and the wider community of Studley Green.

Over the next few months the children will be involved in activities and projects with the police in school and in the community of Studley Green. The children have come up with their own ideas about the contribution they can make as Mini Police and they are hoping to get involved with projects such as: how to tackle litter and vandalism in the area and how to make more of the recreation facilities in the Studley Green community. They will also be learning more about the police and their role in keeping us safe. The children will need to show initiative and responsibility, we are confident that they will make us proud and we wish them well in this new adventure.

 

Sports Leaders

Our Sports leaders are a group of responsible pupils from Years 4, 5 and 6. During play times and lunchtimes, we encourage children to take part in physical activities and games. Our aim is to encourage children to be more active and confident. Sports leaders may also help during after school clubs and PE lessons.  

 

Young Interpreters

The Young Interpreter Scheme recognises the huge potential that exists within each school community for pupils of all ages to use their skills and knowledge to support new learners of English so that they feel safe, settled and valued from the start. Young Interpreters undergo training to prepare for this role and are selected on the basis of different personal qualities they may have. The support they can offer to newly-arrived pupils can be very reassuring from a parent or carer's point of view at a time when their child may be adapting to substantial changes. It also supports school staff in a variety of ways at different points during the school day.


Reader Leaders

Reader Leaders are a group of reading role models who support younger and developing readers across our school. They are children who demonstrate a love of reading and have mastered the skills of reading confidently and fluently.  Each of our Reader Leaders has been allocated a reading buddy from a younger class and each week they read and explore texts together.  In each reading session, our Reader Leaders are encouraging their buddies to apply their word reading skills to decode new words, asking them questions to develop their understanding of what they have read and demonstrating how to develop reading fluency. At the end of each session, Reader Leaders comment positively on their buddies’ achievements and encourage them to practise new and existing skills.


Digital Leaders

Digital leaders are pupil monitors for the technology that is used in our school. They are children who are interested, enthusiastic and knowledgeable about computing. They are internet safety experts, support their friends in class and develop their own skills to become a showcase for what is achievable with technology. Typical responsibilities for Digital Leaders include: testing new computing resources, sharing their skills and expertise with other pupils and teachers, setting up ICT equipment in classrooms and delivering internet safety messages around the school.

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