For more information about;
- What are playground leaders
- What is their role and future goals for our school
- Training Programme (photographs of children in training)
- How you can help support our goals
then please visit our PSHE page located in the Curriculum tab above.
Meet the Playground Leaders
Why do you want to be a playground leader?
"I would love to help improve confidence in younger children, get them making new relationships and get them active. I can make our playgrounds a better place."
Christian Year 5
"I would like to experiment and try something new. I also want to improve our playgrounds."
Ernest Year 5
"..being in the middle of a large family means that I have to make up a lot of games so that the little ones are happy. I also know that they get bored quickly so I can make games up. I want all children to be active and happy."
Tamara Year 6
"I would like to do Playground Buddies because I love making people smile. I am also very energetic."
Kelis Year 6
"I like making new friends and playing games."
Esme Year 5
"I'd like to do this because I want to make other children who are shy more confident. I want to make some children play more games and I'd like to make them happy."
Shaun Year 6
"I like playing games at playtimes."
Julia Year 5
"I would like to experience something new and make new friends."
Rebecca Year 5
"I am very active and full of energy. I will work hard and I am quite experienced with younger children too."
Hope Year 5
"I want all children to have a wonderful playtime- I feel I can make this happen. I am very active."
Demileigh Year 5
"I can help the children who often play alone. I want to make others smile."
Victoria Year 5
"I communicate with children very well and I would like to give this job a go."
Oliwier Year 5
"I'd like to make more friends."
Jay Year 5
"I want to experience new games with new people."
Emmie Year 5
"I want to make all children happy and not let them feel left out."
Mercedes Year 5
Playground Leaders in training...
Our training takes place on a 2 year cycle.
List of games and ideas
Next meeting agenda:
- Review of our new timetable.
- Share good/bad experience
- Create a 'wish list' of playground buddy equipment that we feel is essential for our playgrounds.