At Weelsby Academy we value our children’s ideas and feelings. As a school, we appreciate how much they want to move our school forward and their dedication in doing so. The pupils support the school by leading on areas that they feel passionate about. The team consists of children from KS1 and KS2 who all bring their own strengths and personalities to help run the school.
At Weelsby, each class has a selected reading ambassador who shares their love of reading and books with their fellow pupils. They have their very own briefcase, which is full of books, and they take this onto the playground at breaks and lunchtimes. Reading ambassadors ensure that their class book corner is kept tidy and contains a range of wonderful books. As part of their role, the reading ambassadors also read to a group of children everyday.
Our Reading Ambassadors are:
Year 2 – Taylor-Maii, Lenny
Year 3 – Bobby
Year 4/5 – Crystal, Asha-Nai, Rhys
Year 6 – Rebecca-Jayne
Every child in Y1 – Y6 has the opportunity to be a school councillor. Any child who is interested prepares a speech (this can be a traditional speech, rap or song) and presents this to their class. The class vote for their representative and all chosen children attend regular meetings.
Our school council encourages our children to:
- Develop confidence and responsibility and make the most of their abilities
- Prepare them to play an active role as citizens
- Develop healthy, safer lifestyles
- Develop good relationships and respect the differences between people
- To have a “voice” and to share their opinions and ideas with others
Our School Council gives pupils the experience of:
- Planning, organising and monitoring small projects
- Speaking and listening skills
- Debating skills
Our School Councillors are:
Year 1 – Phoenix and Hayley-Grace
Year 2 – Sofia-Darcy and Poppy (Deputy – Max)
Year 3 – Teddy and Kaiden (Deputy – Naomi and Ashley)
Y4/5 – Mary-Jane, Rivah, Darcie (Deputy Edynn, Lola and Tia)
Y6 – Mia and Tia (Deputy – Clayton)
At Weelsby Academy we believe we all have a part to play in saving the planet. Our Eco-Warriors are elected by their peers and are responsible for making sure we are energy efficient and reduce waste.
Our Eco-Warriors this year are:
Year 2 – Devynn
Year 4/5 – Larisa, Ryan
Year 6 – Kevin
The Friendship Squad
The Friendship Squad are children who have the responsibility of making sure all children have someone to play with. They support anyone who is feeling sad or lonely and help to sort out disputes between friends.
Our Friendship Squad are:
Harley-Jaii, Tayah, Adrian, Paighton, Lilly-Anne, Luke, Olivia, Oliwia, Jamie, Holly