Pupil Leaders

Bowness Councillors

Our school councillors are a group of pupils representing each class from Year One to Year Six. Pupils are voted as Councillors each academic year by their peers. 

Being a school councillor is a very important job. The councillors meet once every half term to discuss issues arising within school and also to share their wonderful ideas for fundraising events. 

It is the responsibility of the Council members in each class to feedback to their classes, and to gather feedback from their peers to bring to the following School Council meeting. 

Here are our Bowness Councillors 2020-21:

Year 1 Councillor
Rigby

Year 2 Councillor
Ivill

Year 3 Councillor
Graham

Year 4 Councillor
Mitchell

Year 4 Councillor
Brearley

Year 5 Councillor
Ivill

Year 6 Councillor
Morris

Year 6 Councillor
Tunstall

School Council Minutes 1.12.2020

Digital Leaders

The Bowness Digital Leaders have been selected to support the use of and further the development of technology across the school. 

Pupils are given training and support to developed specific areas of ICT expertise. Staff may request Digital Leaders for a variety of different roles. Roles Digital Leaders may have are:

  • Test and review new ICT resources 
  • Share their skills and expertise with other pupils, classes and teachers 
  • Set up ICT equipment 
  • Support using ICT in the classroom 
  • Attend and lead Computing Clubs

Here are our Bowness Digital Leaders 2020-21:

Digital Leader
Gleaves

Digital Leader
Morris

Digital Leader
Nawaz

Digital Leader
Rowe
Digital Leader
Tunstall

Sports Leaders

At Bowness, we have our Year 6 Sports Leaders as part of our PE provision, who regularly meet to discuss any ideas regarding physical education. 

Sports Leaders are trained at the beginning of the year to lead activities and games with younger children and are taught the important qualities that are needed when working with young people. Sports Leaders work with Key Stage 1 children during lunchtimes each week to lead games and ensure playtimes are inclusive for everyone and that no child is left alone with no one to play with. This role develops important values such a patience, friendship, compassion and kindness as well as building their confidence and communication skills throughout the year.

Sports Leaders help to organise and lead events such as Sports Day, Sport Relief and give opinions on what they would like our PE and sport provision at Bowness to offer in the future. 

Here are our Sports Leaders 20-21:

Sports Leader

Guy

Sports Leader

Morris

Sports Leader 

Nawaz

Sports Leader

Pervez