House and Sports Captains and Pupil Ambassadors
Head Boy and Head Girl
All Year 6 pupils are included in the election for the role of Head Boy and Head Girl. Every member of staff has two votes; one boy, one girl. Once all votes have been placed in the ballot box they are counted and the pupils are awarded their badges in assembly.
Every house has a Year 6 representative that has been chosen to be positive role model for the rest of the school. All Year 6 pupils are invited to submit a House Captain application . Candidates undergo an application process that includes a letter of application and shortlisting. Successful candidates are then offered the House Captain role and presented with their badge in assembly.
Each House is represented by a different tree and colour and children can earn points for their house in curricular achievements and/or effort. Each week the points are counted and during a weekly assembly children are told the scores to date. At the end of each week the winners have their colour tied to a trophy which is on display in the school entrance. At the end of each half term, the house points are totalled .
Each house has a Year 6 sports representative. Candidates undergo an application process that includes a letter of application and shortlisting. Class teachers, senior leadership team and PE leader are all involved in the decision making . Successful candidates are then offered the captain role and presented with their badge in assembly.
Ambassadors have an important role to play in the daily life of Lickey Hills Primary School. Our Ambassadors undergo an application process that includes a letter of application and shortlisting. Successful candidates are then offered an Ambassador role and presented with their badge in assembly. We are very proud of them and have Ambassadors for a range of areas: e.g. music, IT, reading and helping hands.
Pupils are made aware of the responsibility that accompanies this role and the high standards of behaviour that all Ambassadors must adhere to. An Ambassador role is an excellent learning experience and a fantastic opportunity for children to excel, take responsibility, gain and share knowledge and skills .