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Roles and Responsibilities

At Ann Edwards School pupils are invited to take on various roles and responsibilities to ensure that they have a voice in wider decisions of the school. Through these roles they have an  opportunity to learn how they can make a differnce through engagement at a range of levels.


These roles include:-


Head Boy and Head Girl / Deputy Head Boy and  Deputy Head Girl


Year 6 pupils applied for these roles at the start of the year. As part of this role they are  invited to meet the Head Teacher every two weeks,   are ambassadors for the school, showing  parents and visitors around the school and interviewing pupils across the school on matters linked to the School Development Plan.  We are pleased to announce that :-

Eliza C and Alfie W have been appointed Head Girl and Head Boy.


Holly B and Owen M have been appointed Deputy Head Girl and Boy.


In addition to this Mel L and Lena N have also taken up posts of Yr 6 Sports Ambassadors .


School's Council.

Pupils are elected to be on the School's Council through class elections. Two pupils represent each class. School's council meetings are held fortnightly and council members share ideas and suggestions taken from their class peers. Please view the gallery for the most recent updates. 



Playleaders do exactly that! They organise and help lead play at playtime. We have recently invested in a wide range of play equiptment for playtime and lunc time. This equiptment is colour coded to Houses  and Playleaders manage it's use and safe return, as well as teaching small games. Please view the gallery for the most recent updates and see our monthly 'new game'. 



Buddies are trained to support pupils who may struggle with friendships at playtimes or need help solving any mini misunderstandings. They wear bright tabbards so that pupils can  quickly and easily find them! If problems feel too big then Buddies will automatically go to an adult however we usually find they are very good sorting out upsets or pupils who need a little help. Please see our gallery for updates and advice  from our buddies on 'Finding and keeping friends'.