At St Anne’s we encourage all of our children to become young leaders contributing to the school’s continuous development and to take responsibility for their own learning. Our children will become our future leaders in the workplace, in our communities and in their families and so we believe it is important to teach our children what it takes to be a good leader.
Each of our Year Groups have an area which they lead and promote all year round. At the beginning of every academic year the whole class will set out an action plan with clear outcomes and how they will achieve these.
|Year Group||Area of Responsibility|
|Olive Class||Nature Nurturers|
|Willow Class||Reading Celebrators|
|Maple Class||Healthy Heroes|
|Cedar Class||Eco Warriors|
|Elm Class||Diversity Champions|
“We led Wear it Wild day. I liked it because we found out about endangered animals and helped out by donating. The school all dressed up as animals and some people got face paint” -Kayli
“We tidied the garden and thought of jobs we could give to each year group to make the garden nice for Spring” – Trinity
‘In assembly we have asked that all classes visit the school library next half term and choose new books to read.’ – Simon
“We like to keep healthy by having sports leaders and taking part in events like Go Run for Fun, and it really was fun!” – Joseph
By leading these areas we are aiming for our children to;
- To learn more about themselves and others.
- To give all children opportunity to recognise leadership skills in themselves and other people.
- To develop new skills.
- To learn more about relationships with your peer group, other children and adults.
- To encourage co-operation, teamwork, self-confidence, independence and communication