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Roles and Responsibilities
'Join together in following my example, brothers and sisters, and just as you have us as a model, keep your eyes on those who live as we do'.
At St Michael's Church School, we value our children and believe it is important to prepare them for their future. This means offering them opportunities to have important roles and responsibilities throughout their time with us.
Our Year 6 have several very important roles in our school. We have a Head Boy, Liam and Girl, Anisha who hold the most prestigious roles. They will lead and support our Future Leaders Committee. Liam and Anisha are a role models to all of the children in school, showing other children how living by the school values and rules help you to become great people.
Our Deputy Head Boy, Joshua and Head Girl, Freya also have an important role leading our Eco Council. They help to ensure that our school is making better choices in terms of making sure our world has a future. They will be leading the members of the council, nominated by their classes to ensure our school is a happy, environmentally friendly place to be.
The Year 6 children also have a variety of other roles including librarians, tech team, playtime leaders and lunchtime helpers.
The Year 2 and 5 children are asked if they would like to be Collective Worship Leaders. These children play an integral part of our time together thinking about God. They help to establish a welcoming environment, remind us of why we are together, model signs for choral worship and lead our prayer time.
Each class are invited to nominate a Future Leader, Eco School Councillor and Maths Ambassador. The children have to tell their class why they should be voted for and how they can make a difference to the school. A vote system is put into place and then the child who wins is invited to then take on this important role. You will be able to spot our children leaders in school because they will be wearing a badge with their role title on.