Pupil Leadership Team

 

 

Pupil Leadership

 

At Gossey Lane Acaemy we believe that pupils should be given a wide range of opportunities to develop and practise leadership skills in preparation for life beyond school. Pupil leadership enables confidence building to raise aspirations and recognise the talent of the pupil body. We aim to provide opportunities for learners to develop leadership skills, empowering partnership between pupils and staff, to gain a deeper understanding of the curriculum areas and provide a contribution to the community they live in. Through the activities we hope everyone enjoys learning and is creative with trying new things, finding solutions and embracing their responsibilities.

 

Aims of our Pupil Leadership at Gossey Lane Academy

  • To empower pupils to work in partnership with staff towards shared goals.
  • To enable creativity to flourish as the school community benefits from the wealth of experiences, ideas, skills and sense of fun that pupils bring.
  • To provide opportunities for pupils to develop leadership skills through a variety of inspiring, challenging and valued projects which impact positively on learning, teaching and well-being for both pupils and staff at Gossey lane Academy.
  • To prepare pupils for the next stage of their education and for achieving personal and professional outside of school.

 

Why does Gossey Lane offer pupil leadership opportunities?

  • Shows all pupils have leadership potential and provides opportunities for pupils to develop leadership skills.
  • Contributes to raising standards and achievement.
  • Raises self-confidence/maturity/responsibility.
  • Enables creativity to flourish as the school benefits from a wealth of experiences.
  • Empowers pupils to work in partnership.
  • Prepares pupils for life beyond school.
  • Raises aspirations.
  • Improves behaviour.
  • Contributes to the community they live in.

 

Pupil Leader expectations

Pupil Leaders are the school’s role models. They need to be pupils who work hard to reach our school’s expectation of good behaviour, good attendance, constant punctuality; they also need to be always in full and correct school uniform.

 

What Personal Qualities do Pupils need?

  • Pupils should like working with and talking to other pupils.
  • Pupils should be able to build good working relationships with staff.
  • Pupils should be able to work well in a team.
  • Pupils should want to make a lasting impact at school and be involved in decision making.
  • Pupils should have good time management skills e.g. balancing commitments.
  • Pupils should be polite, mature, responsible and reliable at all times.

 

2018/2019 Pupil Leadership Team
 Year 2        Lexi Bennett
                    Charlie Tunny
Year 3         Joseph Brown
                    Harriet Bryan
Year 4         Jake Evans
                     Mya Gordon
Year 5.         Jasmine Esangbedo
                     Oakley Stokes
Year 6.         Isaac Kimberley
                     Storm Welch