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Our house captains are huge role models and leaders for their teams within the school. They lead team events throughout the school year and are actively involved each week in encouraging their teams to win house-points. All of the other children look up to the house captains to set and maintain the high expectations we have in our school. House captains are always on hand to help. House captains are usually chosen from our Y6 cohort to encourage extra responsibility in their final year at primary school. They are fabulous ambassadors of our school and are an invaluable support to everyone.
Junior Road Safety Officers (JRSOs)
Each year we have two children who lead road safety initiatives throughout the school and work with the children to develop their knowledge of road safety. They will be leading assemblies and workshops on how to keep all the children safe on and around our roads. We always hold a two Road Safety Days in the Summer Term where we invite Gist in to conduct safety workshops and we invite Sam in from the County Road Safety Team to help our JRSOs run fun safety activities.
We have four children who take on the role of Mini Police within the school. These children work closely with our local PC Holland, in collaboration with the Lincolnshire Police to ensure that the children in the school are safe both within and out of school. They lead various assemblies, competitions and events throughout the year, raising awareness of issues such as bullying, firework safety, stranger danger and safe mobile phone and internet use.
E-Safety School Officers
Our Y5/6 children take on the role of e-safety officers, working closely with Mrs Hazlehurst to ensure our school is e-safe. They are responsible for ensuring children understand how to use the internet safely; what to do if there are e-safety problems and also to talk to the children about safety when using social media and other electronic devices. They are also involved in our yearly e-safety event, helping to organise a great day for all.
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