Ambassadors

Young Ambassadors 

 

The Young Ambassadors programme was implemented after London was awarded the 2012 Olympic Games and is now embedded in schools around the country. Since the completion of the games the role of a Young Ambassador has become even more crucial in order to build upon the spirit and positivity created by the Olympics in order to increase participation in sports throughout the UK.

The main roles and responsibilities of an ambassador are: 

 

  • To increase participation and healthy lifestyles in their schools 

  • To promote the positive values of sport in and through sport 

  • To be an ambassador and roles model advocating PE and school sport 

  • To be the young people’s voice on PE and school sport in their school and communities.

2019/20 SHSSN Ambassadors

 

PLATINUM

Arnie Hopson (BCHS)

Jack Tucker (BCHS)

Kyle Cannilas (BCHS)

GOLD

Natasha Davies Smith (BCHS)

Isabel Mira (BCHS)

Jack Callan (BCHS)

Kuda Mkwanila (BCHS)

Joseph Charlton (BCHS)

Yaqub Hassan (BCHS)

 

SILVER

Leah Mahi (BCHS)

Arjit Saha (BCHS)

Ibrahim Ibrahim (BCHS)

Taila Oakham (BCHS)

Tandesso Mandivey (BCHS)

Gina Kullar (BCHS)

Montana Morrison Chase (BCHS)

Roahn Bharath (BCHS)

 

BRONZE

Will & Leilah Hayes Park

Jack & Nevaeh Pinkwell

Aaya & Muhanad Yeading Junior

Karen & Nuha St Andrews

Tia & Merlin Oak Farm Junior

Katie & Ollie Ryefield

Finlay & Nicola St Bernadettes

Louie & Sabrina Highfield

Pratik & Malak Hillingdon

 

 

Bronze Ambassadors

 

Nadia Ali (Yeading Junior)
Taylor Chase (Highfield)
Kyle Canillas (Belmore)
Krzysztof Czerwinsk (Ryefield)
Michael Daniel (Hillingdon)
Ashleigh Duffy (Highfield)
Marley Edwards(Hayes Park)
Chloe Enright (St Bernadette)
Jacob Hunting (St Andrew’s)
Joseph Owusu-Barnieh (St Bernadette)
Raheem Saif (Yeading)
Ishika Sharma (Hillingdon)
Lily Thompson (Ryefield)
Jack Tucker (Belmore)
Eliza Webber (St Andrew’s)
Lilly Wigmore (Hayes Park)

At the beginning of the academic year 2019-20, Kyle, Jack and Arnie were appointed to the highest level of the Ambassador programme and was made Platinum Ambassadors. This was a direct result of all his hard work as Gold Ambassadors during the previous academic years where they were involved in training our Silver and Bronze Ambassadors, running the competitions as well as supporting all our student leaders at Barnhill.

 

They were chosen because they have effectively fulfilled the roles and responsibilities of a Young Ambassador over the 3 last years at Barnhill and were positive role model to their peers. They also demonstrated the ability to influence and inspire other young people, the ability to be a coach and mentor to other Young Ambassadors and to lead and manage other young leaders. In their new role as Platinum Ambassadors they will have to train and mentor new Young Ambassadors, undertake an advocacy role with key adults about the role played by Young Ambassadors and be an ambassador and role model advocating PE and school sport.

Young Ambassador Silver Conference

On the 28th September 2019, the Nine newly appointed Silver Ambassadors from Barnhill Community High School took part in the Young Silver Ambassador Conference at Barnhill Community High

 

As a Silver Ambassador, students will be required to help increase participation and healthy lifestyles in their school, promote the positive values of sport in and through sport, and be an ambassador and role model advocating PE and school sport and to be the young people’s voice on PE and school sport in their school. This year they also trained the SHSSN Bronze Ambassadors.

YOUNG AMBASSADORS BRONZE CONFERENCE

On the 3rd October 2019, this years Bronze Ambassadors Conference was held at Barnhill Secondary School. This year we have 20 Bronze Level Ambassadors from our Primary Schools.

 

The Bronze Ambassadors learnt about their roles and responsibilities, the personal specification and skills set of a Bronze Ambassador. These pupils were chosen because of their ability to influence and inspire other young people. Their main role as Bronze Ambassador would be to assist the Student Leaders run the Change4Life clubs in their schools on a weekly basis as well as helping to increase participation and healthy lifestyles in their school and to be the young people’s voice on PE and school sport in their school.

 

Within each primary school the Bronze Ambassadors have helped to set up School Sport Organising Crews (SSOCrews), which are groups of young people who join together to lead the planning and delivery of school sport clubs and Level 1 (intra) school competition programmes in their school. They influence and shape the school sport offer for their classmates by deciding on the types of competitions to be held, their structure and where and when they take place.

 

 

 

Contacting SHSSN

Becci Cooke- Barnhill School - Hayes

bcooke@barnhill.school

020 8839 0600

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