School Journalists

Tuesday 05 March 2024

Hi again

This is Jimmy, Louie and Zara with a brilliant news report for you to enjoy. We have been interested by the other jobs going on around the school. There are many, including community ambassadors who help to clean the community and lunch time play leaders who show children in Key Stage 1 how to play nicely, be polite and suggest games for them to play. There are also some others like lunch hall monitors and our school librarians.

We interviewed Elliot in Year 6 to find out about his job being a community ambassador.

What do you like about being a community ambassador?

I get to help the community which means there is less litter and more wildlife in, and around, Scholes.

What is your favourite part?

My favourite part is being with my friends and helping the world one piece of rubbish at a time.

Why did you choose to be a community ambassador over the other jobs?

I am energetic and this job lets me go outside and be active whereas other jobs only let you stay inside.

How much litter do you pick on average every time you work?

We usually collect around one and a half bags or rubbish.

We also interviewed Sienna, a lunch time play leader in Year 5 to find out more.

Why did you choose to be a lunch time play leader?

I like to help younger children and I want to help KS1 have less fallouts and accidents.

What is your favourite part of the job?

Helping children play nicely and finding them friends to play with.

How do you feel when you see children playing nicely?

It makes me happy because I have contributed to this along with the other leaders.

Why do you think your job is the best job? (No offence, but our job is the best job!)

I help people and play with them.

Well, I guess that’s all, folks – see you next week!