Alfred Street Junior
Junior School

Telephone: 01933 353762


Our Student Ambassadors are model pupils who sets high standards with regard to behaviour and learning. They lead by example and can be relied upon to uphold the school values and ethos. Our Student Ambassador roles include: promoting sports and fitness, well being, anti-bullying and conservation of the environment. The Student Ambassadors work with a member of staff in school to promote their cause and lead on projects.

Anti Bullying Ambassadors

Anti-Bullying Ambassadors are trained, passionate young people who will stand up to bullying behaviour and believe they can change things for the better. Anti-Bullying Ambassadors believe that bullying behaviour is not acceptable and should not be part of everyday life at school. They support others and are upstanders against bullying behaviour and a support network for their peers.

Some of our Anti Bullying Ambassadors have taken part in The Diana Awards training. Supported by HRH The Prince of Wales, The Diana Award Anti-Bullying Campaign engages young people, parents and teachers to change the attitudes, behaviour and culture of bullying by building skills and confidence to address different situations, both online and offline.

They are all excited to now further develop their leadership skills, deliver a range of projects and ideas, to further enhance our anti-bullying policy and create a culture which promotes kindness, compassion and understanding.

Our Anti-bullying Ambassadors have pledged to keep to the points they agreed on in their charter.

Their first project will be focussed on developing posters to promote spreading kindness through actions and words, to display around school, together with an assembly to introduce the materials.


Wellbeing Ambassadors

Our Wellbeing Ambassadors work with Mrs Appleby, our Senior Mental Health Lead, to champion positive mental health and wellbeing across the school. The Ambassadors lead and promote wellbeing throughout school, they drive the message forward and release the stigma around talking about challenging feelings and encourage people to talk. 


Our Wellbeing Ambassadors have created their charter for the year, where they will develop their leadership skills in promoting and supporting wellbeing in our school.

Their first project will be planning our mental health and wellbeing week in February, including helping to lead the assembly to launch the week.

Sports and Fitness Ambassadors

A range of children from Year 6, 5 and 4 have been chosen to be part of the Sports Crew. They have been trained by Northamptonshire Sports Partnership and take responsibility for leading sporting activities for children at lunchtimes, in order to help get children active.

Our Sports Ambassadors are building their leadership skills by taking on the following roles:

  • Being the voice for PE and school sport amongst their peers
  • Promoting the positive values of sport
  • Being role models for PE and sport in school
  • Working to increase participation and healthy lifestyles for everyone in our school.

Our PE Ambassadors have been carefully chosen and show all of the following qualities. Their role is very important throughout the school.

  • Must be approachable and have a good relationship with all children
  • Be positive role models and have a good attitude towards learning and playing sports
  • Be good team members
  • Be able to engage and inspire others.
  • Must be organised

Their first project is to encourage teachers and children to engage in active learning.

Eco Ambassadors

This group of pupils are responsible for the promotion of looking after the school environment and our role in looking after the world. The Eco Ambassadors will oversee the need to save energy in the class, will implement (with the support of their peers) ways in which they can reuse or recycle. They will ensure waste is kept to a minimum and that electricity/water is used wisely. They have an important job in promoting ways to save our world.