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Cardinal Road Nursery & Infant School

‘Creating Opportunities’

Our School Leaders and School Council

"Pupils work and play together harmoniously because they are taught to show respect for diversity as well as compassion for others. Pupils are also taught to work hard and to demonstrate resilience." OFSTED Report May 2019.

Library Leaders 2018/19

Meet our super star Library Leaders! They are responsible for helping to make our library a wonderful, tidy, organised place for children and adults to explore their love of books.

As leaders they help to show other children around the school how to respect books and develop an understanding of looking after precious things.

If you have any questions about how our library is organised please ask them to explain the systems to you. When they are working they wear special Library Leader badges so that they are easy to find.

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Play Leaders 2018/2019

 

In the Autumn Term, 10 children were selected across Year 2 to be Play Leaders.  The Play Leaders were trained over 6 weeks by Juliet McNally (Sports Impact).  The children received certificates during Assembly, after successful completion of training to become a Play Leader. 

 

The trained Play Leader leads activities and encourages play at break times and lunch times.  Look out for them in the playground, you can't miss them as they will be wearing yellow bibs labelled Play Leader.

 

 

 

Meet the 2018-19 play leaders:

Meet the 2018-19 play leaders: 1 Evelyn
Meet the 2018-19 play leaders: 2 Yuvraj
Meet the 2018-19 play leaders: 3 Vipra
Meet the 2018-19 play leaders: 4 Aida
Meet the 2018-19 play leaders: 5 Tyler
Meet the 2018-19 play leaders: 6 Anirudha
Meet the 2018-19 play leaders: 7 Xavier
Meet the 2018-19 play leaders: 8 Emelia
Meet the 2018-19 play leaders: 9 Sujay

Play leaders in action:

 School Councillors

 

Hello and welcome to the Cardinal Road Infant and Nursery School Councillors web page.

 

The aim of the School Council is to promote citizenship and to give the children a voice within the school.

 

Each class elects two children to represent them on the School Council. 

The School Council meets half termly with the School Council teacher representative to discuss school issues raised by both children and staff.

After meetings School Council members report back to their classes and sometimes to the whole school in assemblies.

 

The School Council members are also responsible for choosing what they would like to improve upon, voting and then encouraging their class to make changes to improve their class and the school.

 

Meet the School Council

Digital Leaders 2019/2020

Keen, confident ICT enthusiasts who carry out responsibilities across the school and assist other pupils with their computing work were chosen to be digital leaders.

 

"I can help you with Purple Mash, Busy Things and Magic Grandad."

 

"I enjoy helping other children on computers."

 

"My favourite thing on computers is Magic Grandad because I enjoy learning about The Great Fire of London."

 

"I can help you log on and spell words."

 

"I can help you play games and navigate Active Learn."

Meet the 2019/2020 Digital Leaders:

Meet the 2019/2020 Digital Leaders: 1 Purple Class
Meet the 2019/2020 Digital Leaders: 2 Silver ClaSS
Meet the 2019/2020 Digital Leaders: 3 Gold Class

Road Safety Competition Winning Banners

 

At 8.30am on Thursday 3rd April, the winning entries from the School Council Road Safety Banner Competition were hung on the school fencing.  Some School Council members and two of the winners of the competiton were present for this event.  As you can see they look amazing!  Well done to the winners and to all the children that took part.

Road Safety Banner Competition Winners

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