A Caring Christian Family Where We Grow Together
Let Your Light Shine ~ Matthew 5:16
Our Head Pupils - Anna and Amelie.
Every September the children in Year 6 are invited to apply for the role of one of our Head Pupils. Every applicant is asked to create a short video of themselves explaining what they would like to achieve as one of our Head Pupils. The school community, including the children, staff, parents, governors and directors are asked to watch the videos and vote for the candidate they feel will have the most impact.
Follow the link to watch their videos - http://www.warminghamce.cheshire.sch.uk/news/head-pupil-elections/56019
Once elected the Head Pupils work closely with Mrs Appleby to improve things in school and help Mrs Allen lead the Ethos Council.
Our Ethos Council
As a team we help share our school vision, ethos and Christian distinctiveness through a variety of exciting opportunities, such as leading Collective Worship, leading learning walks, organising school displays and meeting with other Ethos Teams within our trust. Our Head Pupils, Anna and Amelie were lucky enough selected to take part in the Young Leaders Programme for the Church of England – one of only four schools from the Chester Diocese. Anna and Amelie will be working on tasks which will help them to transform our society and inspire others to do the same – in school and in our local community.
Our Eco Warriors
Our Eco Warriors help to care for our school environment. They meet on a regular basis and they feed back to their classes on action points and represent their class’ concerns and ideas at meetings, helping all of us to have a better understanding of what we need to do to look after our wonderful planet.
Being an Eco Warrior is an ideal opportunity for our pupils to get more involved in the way our school is run and help us to be more environmentally friendly. It provides opportunities for pupils to communicate their feelings as well as influence decisions that are made. Eco Warriors take on the responsibility of expressing their own views, but also the views of their peers as well as passing on information from eco meetings. As an Eco Warrior pupils have the opportunity to develop skills such as confidence, communication and negotiation.
Following on from our Study theme, ‘What a Waste’, we set up a new recycling system.
Our House Captains
Our House Captains are responsible for leading their Houses - Beech, Oak, Sycamore and Willow - in competitions such as Sports Day. They are also responsible for leading play outside.
Our librarians are responsible for looking after our library and organising some activities and events to help develop a love for reading in school.