Each year our children apply for these posts and are democratically elected into positions.
Academy Student Council
Each class has an Academy Student Council Representative. They are elected to represent the views of the children in our academy. They discuss important matters with their class and collate the views. They work with the leadership team to improve the academy.
Year 6 children will have an opportunity to lead one of our school houses; Narnia, Neverland, Wonderland or Hogwarts. Each house is lead by 2 Year 6 children who are role models to others and uphold our Academy Values. The role of the house Captain is to lead by example and encourage the children in their house to earn dojo points to win the house cup!
Each class has a Digital Leader Representative. They help support technology and computing in school, and are highly skilled in the use of Purple Mash (Computing scheme). Throughout the year these children deliver assemblies (supported by Miss H Jackson, computing lead teacher), support learning and support the teacher to deliver computing lessons.
This group meets regularly to try and find ways to improve the Thorne Community. Working with Mrs Courtney (Inclusion assistant) and external groups such as The Stronger Community Team and Thorne Police, they have conducted a local area litter pick and promoted cleaning up after dogs.
Mini Maths Champions
All children in Years 5 and 6 are given the opportunity to become a Mini Maths Champion. Children are required to complete an application expressing their skills and enthusiasm for the subject. The Maths Leads then select the best suited applicant. As a Mini Maths Champion the children are heavily involved in the developing the teaching and learning of Maths throughout school.
All children in Years 5 and 6 are given the opportunity to become a Reading Champion. Children are required to complete an application expressing their skills and enthusiasm for the subject. The English Leads then select the best suited applicant. As a Reading Champion the children are heavily involved in the developing the teaching and learning of reading throughout school.