(Cymraeg) Llysgenhadon Gwych / Super Ambassadors

We’ll be electing 3 Super Ambassadors from year 6 next week with one coming from each year 6 class. The role of the Super Ambassador will be to work alongside the staff and Children’s Commissioner for Wales to attend meetings and ensure each year group is promoting children’s rights. Pupils who would like to take part should prepare a short presentation outlining their ideas and what personal characteristics they have which would make them Super Ambassadors. You can find more information about the programme below.

Getting Started
Anyone can be a Super Ambassador; the Super Ambassadors Scheme is an opportunity for pupils of all abilities to play an active part in our work. You can adapt the scheme to suit the needs of your school.We suggest electing two Super Ambassadors but there are many schools on our scheme with more than two Super Ambassadors.

You’ll get your welcome pack soon with posters, badges, stationery and some resources which will help you raise awareness of children’s rights.

Our free events this October/November are a chance for me to meet Super Ambassadors and their teachers. They will be full day events with workshops to learn all about being a Super Ambassador and there will be fun activities. Teachers will have training about children’s rights and some free resources to take back to school. We are holding six events across Wales. Find out more and book your place here.

Special Mission
Your first Special Mission will launch next week. More information to follow.

Remember that you can share any rights work your school or group is doing with our #RightsHour on Twitter every Friday between 12pm – 1pm.