New members to the Wellbeing Committee and Super Ambassador Scheme were elected at the beginning of the autumn term and they have been busy working on behalf of the pupils.
We hope you enjoy our new display in the main corridor. Please remember to take some time to read all we have been doing in the last twelve months and remind yourself of the UNCRC Rights of the Child.
Once again, the Wellbeing Committee and the Super Ambassadors launched the Operation Christmas Child Samaritan’s Shoebox Appeal. Our total this year was in excess of 100 boxes which the pupils helped load onto the transport for their journey to children in need around the world. We have just heard that the second export (which our boxes will probably go on) is to be loaded on Saturday 2nd December bound for Romania.
Members of the Wellbeing Committee and the Super Ambassadors were honoured to represent the school at the Poppy laying service at Merthyr Dyfan Cemetery, Barry on Friday 10th November. The pupils wait hearing this year’s total collection for The Royal British Legion following sales of poppies and other goods in school.
During Anti-Bullying Week (week commencing 13th November), the Wellbeing Committee launched a whole school competition in order to create new Anti-Bullying posters for display in school.
The two Super Ambassadors took part in a workshop arranged by the Vale Youth Service and the Children’s Commissioner for Wales on Friday 24th November. During a day of activities, the pupils learnt more about the work of the Children’s Commissioner for Wales and UNCRC.
It has been a very busy term for the Wellbeing Committee and Super Ambassadors and we are proud of what we have achieved. We look forward to the new term in January. Nadolig Llawen.