Welcome to the Children’s Leadership Team Page
The Children’s Leadership Team includes pupils from across the school. These children are the voices of their fellow pupils and during the CLT meetings, pupils bring forward the ideas that have been discussed in class with their peers. The CLT also have an important role of organising and planning various events for the school.
This year pupils have a chance to apply to become a member of the Children’s Leadership Team through a job application. A few lucky
pupils will be shortlisted for an interview and may be have a chance to be selected for this amazing job role! Details on this job vacancy for the children’s leadership team will be given very soon!
Children in Need 2018.
At our school we value helping others and making a difference. This year for Children in need the pupils came in their Pyjamas and sold tasty treats to raise much needed funds for children in need.
The children’s leadership team had fun decorating yummy biscuits and helping to organise the cakes and biscuits for sale.
The Royal Wedding
Our pupils took part in various activities to celebrate the recent wedding of HRH Prince Harry and Megan Markle. The Children’s Leadership team decided to make a card to send to them. They used their finger prints to make the card unique and wrote a message in the card to wish the newly wedded couple a lifetime full of happiness and joy!
Applying for the CLT position for 2018/2019.
As promised, please find below information and an application form to apply for the CLT position. Good Luck!
Motivational Speaker Visiting Alexandra Park Junior School.
Alexandra park junior school were very lucky to have a visit from Mo Congress today. He is a motivational speaker who also has a youtube channel. He was invited to lead an assembly. The assembly was based around dreams and goals and the importance of perseverance and overcoming obstacles in life.
The head boy Rehan and head girl Aisha also interviewed Mo congress after the assembly and shared the outcome of the interview with their peers.
Our pupils really benefited from this. Pupils in class 3 said that the assembly had taught them to “stay strong, never give up and try their best”. The motivational speaker said he really enjoyed his visit to Alexandra Park Junior school.