Super

Ambassadors

Two ambassadors are elected from year 5 and hold the

position for two years. They work with the Deputy

Headteacher on special missions set by the Children’s

Commissioner for Wales, Sally Holland. Their job is also

to inform and highlight UNICEFS children’s right within

the whole school community, they do this by holding as-

semblies and setting learning log challenges. They dis-

play all their achievements on a board they are

responsible for in the Key Stage 2 area.

More information can be found at :

www.childcomwales.org.uk

Sports

Ambassadors

For every young person to be hooked on sport is an aspi-

ration for Ysgol Caer Drewyn. To achieve this it is crucial

that a young person centred approach is adopted. This

approach will empower young people to make their own

decisions through consultation, leadership and

ownership.

These leaders are involved with the school curriculum

(PE and wider), extra-curricular activities and within

clubs in the communities.

They encourage other pupils to lead an active and

healthy lifestyle and promote the benefits of this in their

school life.

Our young ambassadors will develop;

• Leadership skills

• Communication skills - presentations, public speaking,

written

• Working as part of a team

• Confidence

• Problem solving

• Opportunities - to meet new people, take on new roles,

inspire others, have their say

• Be part of a project which inspires and motivates others

Our Sports Ambassadors are currently brainstorming ac-

tivities for Sport Relief. Sport Relief is all about getting

active and raising money doing the sports and activities

that you love. We have chosen a sponsored Hop, Skip and

Jump a mile, to sell healthy energy balls and to have a

sponsored dance.

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Super

Ambassadors

Two ambassadors are elected from year 5

and hold the position for two years. They

work with the Deputy Headteacher on

special missions set by the Children’s

Commissioner for Wales, Sally Holland.

Their job is also to inform and highlight

UNICEFS children’s right within the whole

school community, they do this by hold-

ing assemblies and setting learning log

challenges. They display all their achieve-

ments on a board they are responsible

for in the Key Stage 2 area.

More information can be found at :

www.childcomwales.org.uk

Sports

Ambassadors

Sports Ambassadors of Ysgol Caer Drewyn

For every young person to be hooked on sport is an aspira-

tion for Ysgol Caer Drewyn. To achieve this it is crucial that

a young person centred approach is adopted. This ap-

proach will empower young people to make their own deci-

sions through consultation, leadership and ownership.

These leaders are involved with the school curriculum (PE

and wider), extra-curricular activities and within clubs in

the communities.

They encourage other pupils to lead an active and healthy

lifestyle and promote the benefits of this in their school

life.

Our young ambassadors will develop;

• Leadership skills

• Communication skills - presentations, public speaking,

written

• Working as part of a team

• Confidence

• Problem solving

• Opportunities - to meet new people, take on new roles, in-

spire others, have their say

• Be part of a project which inspires and motivates others

Our Sports Ambassadors are currently brainstorming activ-

ities for Sport Relief. Sport Relief is all about getting ac-

tive and raising money doing the sports and activities that

you love. We have chosen a sponsored Hop, Skip and Jump

a mile, to sell healthy energy balls and to have a sponsored

dance.