Rights Respecting Ambassadors

The Osmani School Rights Respecting Ambassadors is a representative group of pupils elected by their peers to represent their views and raise issues concerning them. The Osmani School Rights Respecting Ambassadors is made up of two representatives (a boy and a girl) from each class from year 2 to year 6 including pupils with SEND. Rights Respecting Ambassadors bring the views expressed in class to council meetings. During these sessions, ambassadors discuss areas that are going well within the school and areas for improvement. These views are then fed back to the school’s senior leadership team, teachers and pupils.  

The Rights Respecting Ambassadors through our Golden Rights hopes to help children to:

Meetings are held weekly on Thursdays from 2:45pm to 3:15pm.  Topics covered last year have included health and safety, trips and visits, lunchtime issues and the curriculum.  Minutes are displayed in the Reception area.

The ambassadors elected for this year are;

Y2V Ayesha

Y2V Sajid

Y2L Abid

Y2L Mei-Qi

Y3G Adyan

Y3G Aishah

Y3O Iyaaz

Y3O Tahiya

Y4S Hafsah

Y4S Umar

Y4A Kendal

Y4A Sumaya

Y5J Mariam

Y5J Musa

Y5E Connor

Y5E Khadija

Y6T Taseen

Y6T Semmin

Y6A Sneha

Y6A Anam

 

The Rights Respecting Ambassadors have chosen Great Ormond Street Hospital which provides inspirational and world-class care to hundreds of children every day.

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