Leadership

Leadership Overview

At Giles Junior School, we use the 7 Habits, from The Leader in Me. These highly effective habits teach our children 21st century leadership and life skills, which develops the children’s confidence and ability to become independent.  We believe that everyone can be a leader! We believe the children should have ownership for their own learning and have introduced child-led …

Lighthouse Leaders

We follow the Leader in Me process at Giles Junior School to teach our children 21st century leadership and life skills. Over the past 5 years, we have created a culture of empowerment based on the idea that every child can be a leader We have a dedicated group of children who develop the leadership …

Young Leaders

Our young leaders are a group of year 6 children who help lead games for other children in school.  We synergise by working as a team in pairs at lunchtime.  We think of a sport to run e.g. hockey, lacrosse, dodge ball and many more. “I think young leaders are fantastic because they get you …

School Council

The school councillors are a team of children who are elected at the start of the school year (by their class peers) to make Giles Junior School a better place.  They hold fundraising events which take a lot of organisation.  The events that the school councillors have synergised to organise this year are: The Valentines …

Peer Mediators

As a peer mediator we help the children  to solve their problems at lunchtime.  This also helps the midday supervisors as we provide the children with someone to talk to.  Through synergising we to try and help children discuss and resolve their problems. The hope for the future is to train more children to become …

Inclusion Leaders

As Inclusion Leaders we have an important role at Giles Junior School. One child from each class is elected at the start of year to form this group. We work as part of a proactive team in school with Mrs Chappell. We raise awareness of different needs and try to do our best to make …