Making our school, community and world better for everyone.
At The Priory, we feel that it is imperative that our children have a voice, are listened to and are able to make tangible changes in the school. Therefore, each class has a project to run over the year. Each class holds a discussion around what the role entails and why it is important for our school. Then, the children will be involved in making improvements to the school and developing new or on-going projects. Each class will run a collective worship on their project to ignite enthusiasm and learning about the actions that are being taken!
Classes and their Young Leader project
- Early Years - Positivity Pals
- Year 1 and 2 - Eco Warriors
- Year 3 - Healthy Heroes
- Year 4 Chestnut Class- Active Ambassadors
- Year 4 Cedar - Outdoor Learners
- Year 5 - Attendance Monitors
- Year 6 - Reading Celebrators
Chestnut Class - Active Ambassadors class assembly, daily mile and running project!
Chestnut class led an assembly for the school to encourage the daily mile and remind us of why being active is so important. They ran a quiz and interviewed Mrs Steward on being active. They have also advertised a running club for KS2 and parents on Wednesdays at 7:45am - please let the office know if you would like to join!
Click this link to see the video they made!
Cedar Class - Outdoor Learners
Cedar Class recruited a team of pupils and parents to begin the first phase of our sensory garden development. On a cold and bleak Saturday November morning, some hardy souls weeded, clipped and chopped back the overgrown patch. The next phases will be fencing off the area, planting and signage.
A big thank you to:
Laura & Richard Cox (plus Barnaby & Torin)
Ian Buddhu (and Daniel)
â€‹Simon Warrender (plus Freddie)