Global Ambassadors

Global Ambassadors’ role in school is to raise awareness of global and environmental issues. They are passionate about taking care of animals and our area around school, which can be seen in their work on the bug hotel. They lead projects such as Switch Off Fortnight and initiatives to do with the Green Flag Award. They are guardians of the allotment and highlight issues regarding ethnicity and equality when appropriate.

Fairtrade Card Competition

Click on the picture below to watch the story of Foncho and his bananas. You will also find out about how Fairtrade works and how it helps people sell their products in a fair way.

Fairtrade Lancashire Schools have a launched a competition to design a card for the 25th Anniversary of the Fairtrade Logo. Use the above film to help you come up with some ideas.

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The Fairtrade Mark symbol is made up of a blue sky that symbolises optimism, and an arm, raised in the air – this symbolises empowerment. The Fairtrade Mark also incorporates the colour green to symbolise growth. Fairtrade products come from over 70 different countries from around the world.

One entry only can be submitted from each Key Stage, so if all entries are submitted by Monday February 10th the Global Ambassadors can choose the best two to send in by the deadline of the 14th February.

Winning entries will be displayed at County Hall!!

Switch Off Fortnight

The Global Ambassadors did an assembly with the help of David Attenborough’s Seven Worlds, One Planet. We looked at how our actions affect albatrosses in Antarctica. 

The Global Ambassadors have already presented certificates to adults and children who have been noticed saving electricity and picking up litter among other things. We are still on the look out for the best class who are switching off lights, projectors and computers!!

Global Ambassadors 2019 – 2020

Here are our new Global Ambassadors for this year brimming with ideas and raring to help us all make a difference in the world!

Crisp Packet Recycling

There has been a box in the hall where packed lunch children have been putting their finished crisp packets. Edith, James and Harry have then collected them from the hall and the Global Ambassadors have then sorted them. They are going to be taken to the PYE garage near Asda, which is the collection point for Walkers crisps recycling. 

Allotment Wormery

We sent off for some worms from the Yorkshire Worms and they arrived the next day, so the Global Ambassadors sprang into action and created a snug home for them in our wormery, which was kindly donated by our local gardening group.


Alfie’s Fruit Stall

Alfie, one of our Global Ambassadors, wanted to make sure that we used less packaging at break time. He also wanted KS2 children to have the same opportunity to have fruit at break time, so he spoke to the Global Ambassador’s and the Bursar and Headteacher to arrange this idea. He also did a survey to find out if KS2 would like this and what kind of fruit they would like. Well done Alfie for such a super contribution to our school.


Learn about where bananas come from.

Pablo Banana film – Please click the link below

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Litter Pick

The Global Ambassadors arranged to get litter pickers and we had our first litter pick today. Two Global Ambassadors went to the KS1 playground and two to the KS2 playground. They invited other children to help them and collected a surprising amount of litter.

New Eco-code Design

All the children in school voted and decided that Phoebe’s design was the one that they would like to see in their classrooms. Well done Phoebe! Click on the link below to see our Eco-code.


Switch Off Fortnight

This year we are thinking about global warming and the melting of the polar ice caps to get motivated and caring about our electricity use. To find out more about polar bears click the link below.

Polar bears

New Global Ambassadors 18/19

Lucy and Phoebe in Year 5 wanted to continue being Global Ambassadors, but their decision also helps with the continuity of the team. Thank you girls!

Our other Global Ambassadors are:

Y6 – Alfie and Jack

Y4 – Edith and Ben

Y3 – Harry and James

Y2 – Faith and Charley

Our first job in 2018 has been to promote the Eco Code by designing new posters

We have asked the school to vote on their favourite new poster out of all our designs….watch this space to see who’s design was chosen!

For up to date information about what we are doing please see our board by the school reception, which has minutes of our meetings.

Our New Global Ambassadors 17/18

Our new Global Ambassadors are:

Jacob and Teague

Gabriel and Isabel

Lucy and Phoebe

Leon and Jessica

Lilly and Ava

Here is a picture of them before their first school assembly.

This is the Global Ambassador’s notice board. Here you can see our flag for winning the Green Flag Award, our Market Garden for produce from the allotment, one of our recycling boxes for cartridges, our school energy rating poster and our Eco-code.

We Won!

We are the proud winners of the Green Flag Award. Well done to the team of 2016/17! You all worked so hard!


Global Ambassadors and some children from KS1 are going to rebuild the Bug Hotel in the KS2 garden.

Our Global Ambassadors, who are in charge of Eco- Schools, are listed below. Eco-Schools is one of the many commitments they have to making the world a better place.

Year 3 – Sam and Emily

Year 4 – Alfie and Isabel

Year 5 – Honey and Lucy

Year 6 –  Grace and Rosie

In September two people from KS2 classes put forward their ideas about why they want to be a Global Ambassadors and then the class vote for who they would like to represent them. In September KS1 children will be being invited to join our team too.

Watch this space for new and exciting projects led by our Eco-Team!

Bug Hotel

Global Ambassadors and some children from KS1 are going to rebuild the Bug Hotel in the KS2 garden.

This is what it looks like now…

Watch this space to see how we improve it!

Building a hotel fit for bugs!

Lots of help and lots of great ideas from the children helping with the bug hotel. This is it so far…

Finished bug hotel