Pupil Groups

At Lawn we believe that children develop and gain confidence from being given responsibilities within the school.  These responsibilities start in Key Stage 1 where they can be elected as a Pupil Councillor representing their class at meetings, or a House Captain representing their house, all the way through to Year 6 where they can become Playtime Pals helping in the playground at lunchtimes or Librarians keeping our library running smoothly.  There are many other valued roles for pupils within our school and you can find out more about each one by clicking below.

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Playtime Pals - posted 1st Apr

Playtime Pals are Year 5 and 6 pupils who help children at lunchtime in the playground.  They help support the dinner ladies by bringing younger children back into the school if they need the toilet or require first aid.  They also pick up litter, set up games and equipment and teach the younger pupils games and songs.

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Librarians - posted 1st Apr

Being a librarian is vital for a smooth running library.  We want everyone to have an enjoyable experience when they visit.  Working hard *we, as librarians, keep our school library clean and tidy to promote a welcoming environment.  With ideas flowing, our library is up to date with the latest books and comfortable furniture.

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Pupil Council - posted 1st Apr

To be a school council member is a real privilege.  When the class votes were counted and we found out that we had been chosen we felt surprised and honoured.  We know it is a responsible and important job and it feels like we make things happy for the other pupils.

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Green Team - posted 1st Apr

The Green Team is a group of representatives from each class in the school from Years 1 to 6. We meet to co-ordinate and promote Eco Schools activities. So far we have achieved our Silver Award and we are now working towards our Green Flag. So far this year we have delivered assemblies to the whole school and worked with Swindon Borough Council to organise a Walk To School event, where around 200 people walked to school and were rewarded with a free breakfast. One of our main projects for the rest of this year is to find ways we can save energy around our school.

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