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Children's Roles and Responsibilities

St Clement's Sustainable Development Goals Committee

Our Sustainable Development Goals Committee are pleased to meet on a regular basis to discuss how we, as a school, can work together on achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. We are determined to make a change to our world! 

This term, we will be concentrating on the effectiveness of reducing and recycling materials including paper in class and composting our healthy snacks at play


2021/22 Representatives


Year 1: Emma

Year 2: Joseph

Year 3: Theo

Year 4: Charlie

Year 5: Mason

Year 6: Sam

St Clement's School Council

Every class elects one member to represent the class on the school council. The school council usually meets regularly to discuss events and new ideas within school. They are the voice of the children and select projects that they feel will support the children of St Clement's and their local community.


Year 1- Zach

Year 2- Maggie

Year 3- Julia

Year 4- Josh

Year 5-  Xylia

Year 6- Benio


One of the school council’s projects this year, is to support the local community.  They have set themselves an ambitious goal of donating 1000 items to the local food bank by the end of the year. They have also made links with the University of Worcester to aid their cause. Great work guys.  







Reading Ambassadors


A select number of Year 6 children can apply each year to be Reading Ambassadors. They volunteer their lunchtime to sit alongside a focus child within Key Stage 1 and act as a reading 'buddy'. Each child gets the opportunity to practise their phonics with some fun flashcards, read a book appropriate to their stage and enjoy a story time with their older peer.

The children love the opportunity to work alongside each other and the progress is phenomenal.


"I love watching how quickly they progress each day!" Max, Year 6

"I've made a little friend. Everyday they catch me at playtime and ask if they can read to me at lunch, they've even started reading more at home." Rihanna, Year 6.

Reading Ambassadors