We firmly believe in the pupil voice and provide many opportunities where children can get involved and really make a difference. Our school is split in to 'Seams' which allow us to learn and support each other in cross phase groups with the recognition that we are all part of our larger school family.
|Swallow Wood||Flying high||Primrose Hill|
|Haigh Moor||Live the SEAM||Allerton Bywater|
|Flockton||Sempur sur sum||Peckfield|
|Gascoigne||Grow Gascoigne grow||Gascoigne Drift Mine|
|Denby Dale||We put the team in SEAM||Ledston Luck|
SEAM Leaders are voted for democratically by their peers and form the School Council.
SEAM Deputies are responsible for the reward system and assisting their SEAM Leader with school events.
Children earn rewards for their SEAM.
- One Cobble can be earned for acts of kindness, good manners around school and a super working attitude
- A Double Cobble can be earned for going the extra mile, that extra act of kindness, representing school in such a brilliant way, extra effort with learning
- A Triple Cobble is awarded by the Headteacher for outstanding acts and effort
Double Cobbles and Triple Cobbles are celebrated by displaying pupils' names on their SEAM board and being acknowledged in a Friday assembly.
Upper Key Stage 2 Roles
All our pupils in KS2 have a role to fulfill to support the school community and to help them achieve their JASS Award. At the beginning of the school year roles are advertised, pupils apply for their chosen role and are interviewed by Senior Leadership, just like in the real world of work. Children receive appropriate training and arrange rotas.
Children relish these roles and our younger children love to take part in the additional activities.
I am Head Overseer Luke, and it is my privilege to have this special role. I ‘meet and greet’ visitors with Ruby, our other Head Overseer, and I often thank everybody on our school’s behalf if they have done something for us. I love to play football, and I am in the school team. I am particularly enjoying being in Year 6 this year, and the responsibility that this brings. I have enjoyed my time as a pupil at Kippax North, and am looking forward to making a difference in my role before I leave to go to High School.
I am Head Overseer Ruby. I am so proud to have been chosen for the role this year because I love being at Kippax North. One of my jobs is to ‘meet and greet’ anyone who is visiting our school, especially for an occasion. If anyone has a problem, I am always happy to try to help and sort it out. I am interested in horse riding, dancing and singing and enjoy taking part in school productions. This will be my last year at Kippax North, but I will enjoy the rest of my time here.