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‘IT IS BEING HONEST ABOUT MY PAIN THAT MAKES ME INVINCIBLE.’

Nayyirah Waheed

Just before the Easter break pupils were asked to write a letter, explaining why they should be chosen to be their class ‘Wellbeing Ambassador’. We were overwhelmed by the letters received and how passionate pupils were about promoting wellbeing across the school. Each ambassador is a pupil representative with a special responsibility for leading and promoting the wellbeing of the school community. 

Role of a Wellbeing Ambassador The Wellbeing Ambassadors will work closely with Mrs Grewal (Safeguarding team) and will represent Pupils Voice in relation to the wellbeing of their class. They will not only be expected to raise awareness of positive wellbeing in their own class but throughout the school community. The team will need to lead in a range of activities to support the positive wellbeing of their peers, staff and parents. Overall, a Wellbeing Ambassador will need to spread joy, lift people’s spirits and be there for anyone in their time of need.

We are pleased to introduce our school wellbeing Ambassadors from each class.

From top left:

6AK- AMARVIR, 4PT- SUKHMANI,  5PR- GEHNA, 4AM- KESAR, 5HS- ANAIKAM, and 6SS- KEVIN.

From bottom left:

4SB- GUNNET, 2SP- AMREET, 2AK- SHAYNA, 1SD- SARTAJ, 1DK- GURSHAAN, 3RC- GURVEER and 3MW- GURSAIHAJ