At Marton-cum-Grafton Primary School we value the importance of pupils’ opinions and provide the children with opportunities to lead their peers
and contribute to the development of the school.
Throughout the school we have many varied opportunities for children to develop leadership, communication and social skills equipping them with necessary skills for
Children take part in a recruitment process in order to undertake advertised jobs in school and are constantly provided with opportunities to debate, share and lead.
We are very proud of our Worship Ambassadors at Marton-cum-Grafton Primary School. The group discuss and evaluate Collective Worship, taking an active role
daily by setting up the hall and organising worship. They also plan and prepare Worship which they lead for the whole school. The group also work on projects which
ensure continued pride in our distinctiveness as a church school.
The children are committed to promoting Christian values throughout the school. They take their tasks seriously and set good examples for others to follow.
Our playtime Ambassadors play an important role in evaluating the impact of our school values. The act as role models in living out our values of kindness, courage
and respect. Ambassadors are ‘on duty’ at playtimes and lunchtimes and are a first port of call for children who might need support with friendship issues. The
Ambassadors’ weekly award is given out in collective worship to a child who they deem has been consistently living out our values and setting a good example to