We have a system of "peer budding" in our school. Children are chosen by staff and are known as Monitors.

Monitors are regarded as responsible and caring pupils who assist staff and befriend children during playtimes and lunchtimes.

Book Monitors look after all the books in school; Sports and Equipment Monitors help staff with equipment; whilst Office Monitors are office helpers; Computing Monitors support computing and information technology and Environment Monitors help to look after the environment.

Ambassadors are our tour guides and meet and greet visitors.

Children have to apply in writing for the post and have to sign a contract as these are very responsible positions.

It is both an honour and a privilege to be chosen as one of our Monitors and children are very proud of such roles of responsibility.

Please click on the links below to view this year's Mentors.

Buddies   report to   Mrs Hampson
Book Monitors   report to   Class Teacher
Sport & Equipment Monitors   report to   Mrs  McGlasson
Office Monitors   report to   Mrs Ditchburn & Mrs Moir
Environment Monitors   report to   Mr Hope
Computing Monitors   report to   Mrs Hampson
Ambassadors   report to   Miss Craig
Personal Assistants   report to   Class Teacher
Class Photographers   report to   Class Teacher

This helps our children to build up independence, responsibility and accountability skills - all vital workplace and employability skills.

These jobs used to be called 'Caps' and the chosen child would wear a coloured cap but at the request of the children, the job titles were changed in September 2018 to something that the children viewed as being more supportive and so 'Caps' became 'Monitors.'