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This week at Kennington CE Academy: THEME WEEK – GARDEN OF KENT - MONDAY 7th OCTOBER PTFA Cake Sale THURSDAY 10TH OCTOBER Year 5 Trip to Canterbury Cathedral 14:15 -15:15 – SLT Surgery FRIDAY 11TH OCTOBER Non School Uniform Day - £1 Donation Tuesday 12th November 0900-0930 – 5 Chichester Family Worship (Entrance through breakfast club doors) Wednesday 13th November Flu Vaccines Thursday 14th November 0900 – 0930 – 5 Chichester Family Worship (Entrance through breakfast club doors) Friday 15th November Children in Need

Pupil Roles

At Kennington CE Academy all of our children have a role. This gives them the skills to become young leaders.  

 

Meet our school Councillors:

 

   

    

    

 

The Role of the School Council at Kennington CE Academy

The schools council is an ideal opportunity for pupils to get more involved in the way the school is run. The school council benefits the whole school, pupils and teachers, because it provides opportunities for pupils to communicate their feelings as well as influence decisions that are made. Councillors develop skills such as confidence, communication and negotiation. It is the responsibility of each councillor to ensure that they express both their own views and the views of all the other pupils that they represent.

 

 

Each class has elected their school councillor which means we have 12 all together. We have a Chair, Vice Chair, Finance and Secretary. There is a meeting held every month with the Headteacher. 

Pupil Advocates 
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These are Kennington CE Academy's Pupil Advocates. They each had to apply for their role and were interviewed by the advocates who were leaving for secondary school. They were chosen for their excellent behaviour, being perfect role models in the school and for their confidence speaking to staff, pupils and visitors to our lovely school. 

They are able to show prospective parents, Governors, staff from our Academy Trust  and external moderators around school and point out our excellent examples of learning, our Christian Core Values and where we all Achieve ~ Celebrate ~ Succeed.

 

Maths Masters 
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Our Marvellous Maths Masters are on hand if the children have exhausted all of the Learning B's - Book, Bits and Bobs, Board, Buddy, Brain, Board and Be Brave. Asking the Boss is always the last option. 

Our Maths motto is "FAIL - SAIL - TAIL". First Attempt In Learning, Second Attempt In Learning and Third Attempt In Learning.

Here at Kennington CE Academy, we encourage challenge and perseverance. All of our maths challenges are Mild, Hot, Spicy and Chilli. Children are asked to get into the "Pit of Learning"  and find their way out using the steps of progress. 

Having a go is never wrong. 

Year 6 Buddies

 

At Kennington C.E. Academy we have Year 6 Playground Buddies who help in the Quiet Area and the year 3 and 4 playground. We also have a blue ‘Buddy Bench’ on the Top playground where the younger children can go if they would like a Buddy to support them.

Our Buddies help to promote our Core Christian Values of ‘Love and Care’, ‘Everyone is Important’, ‘Giving’, ‘Using your Talents’ and ‘Forgiveness’. The Buddies help us to achieve a friendly, calm and happy atmosphere for the children at break and at lunchtime. 

 

The role of the playground buddy includes; teaching children to play a wider range of games, helping children to play nicely with each other, helping children to make friends, helping to resolve minor disputes using Restorative Justice, and being there as a friend to support all the other children.

Worship Warriors

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Worship Warriors

The Worship Warriors are ambassadors for our Christian Vision and Values and lead Collective Worship.

This year we have an amazing 17 Worship Warriors.

Some of their responsibilities are:

  • Be ambassadors for our school by living out our school Vision and Values and Bible verse.
  • Spot other children demonstrating our school Vision and Values and Bible verse.
  • Plan and lead different aspects of Collective Worship.
  • Encourage others to use and add to our school and class reflection areas.
  • Collect pupil voice following on from Collective Worship and discuss their findings with the Christian Distinctiveness Leader.
  • Talk to visitors about our Christians Vision and Values and share all the good work we do as a school.
  • Set up their own lunch club with a guest speaker of Reverend Eve.
  • Support school events to raise money for charities.

Music Maestros

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The Music Maestros represent all classes and are supporters of the teaching of music at Kennington C E academy

Some of their responsibilities are:

  • To help teachers and other children during lessons.
  • Monitor and maintain the musical instruments.
  • Keep the music instruments tidy.
  • Take part in using music during collective worship and also to set up the instruments for other children to use.
  • Collect pupil voice on music lessons.

Sensational scientists

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The sensational scientists are here to support teachers and pupils within science lessons here at Kennington Academy.

Our responsibilities include:

  • Assisting class teachers with any preparation needed for science.
  • Ensuring the science resources are cleaned and correctly stored once they have been used.
  • Assisting with the organisation of the science resource cupboard.
  • Collecting pupil voice and finding out about the children's views on science in their class.
  • Sharing our fantastic science knowledge.
  • Being advocates in exploring and investigating the world around us.

PSHE Champions

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Our PSHE champions support the children and their teachers. Some of their roles include:

  • helping to collect pupil voice
  • supporting children in PSHE lessons
  • answering questions children may have about their learning in PSHE
  • helping to collect evidence and put together the year PSHE evidence book
  • mediating any issues or disagreements in the playground
  • offering any advice to children about relationships, well being, children's rights etc.
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