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Tickhill Estfeld

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Pupil Voice

At Estfeld, we believe that it is vital that pupils have their voice heard and contribute to the running of our school and also the wider community.  Each year, we hold elections for School Councillors and Wellbeing Ambassadors. We also encourage our pupils to apply to be Junior Civic Mayor or a Primary Ambassador.


School Council


Each class is represented by two school councillors with Reception and Year One's representatives being from Year Six.  Pupils do a speech for their peers and then an election is held.  The elected children have regular meetings and contribute to many school events such as the Christmas fair, charity days and also attend services in the community such as the Remembrance service.


This year's school councillors are:

Reception - Connie and Teddy

Year One - April and James

Year Two - Archer and Freya

Year Three - Ben and Emily

Year Four - Bella and Arthur

Year Five - Raajan and Amelia

Year Six - Heidi and Emilia

Wellbeing Ambassadors


There are 10 wellbeing ambassadors in school.  These are children from Year five or six who have been applied for the position and been elected by their peers.  These pupils are present on both playgrounds to support with playtime games, helping children find someone to play with and resolving minor disagreements.  The wellbeing ambassadors also have regular meetings to discuss any changes that they feel they can implement to improve the wellbeing of our pupils.


This year's wellbeing ambassadors are:


Year 5 - Skye, Amelia, Corey, Archie and Tabitha

Year 6 - James, Fiona, Connie, Grace and Charlotte

Primary Ambassadors


Doncaster is one of the first cities to have a panel of children who represent primary school pupils in the area.  These children are called the Primary Ambassadors and are all from Year Five.  Children in year Four are asked to apply for the role of Junior Mayor/Primary Ambassador in summer term and the selection process takes place during the summer holidays.  


In September, there is a robing ceremony for the Junior Mayor and the ten Primary Ambassadors.  We are very proud that three of our Year Five pupils are primary ambassadors this year.  They are Amelia, Lucas and Grace.


The children participate in many events in Doncaster throughout the year as well as attending meetings to help implement change in the area.


So far this year:


  • The Primary Ambassadors have been presented with their certificates and pin badges by Chief Executive Damian Allan at the Junior Civic Mayor Robing Ceremony.
  • Evia JCM wore her civic duty robes for the first time and was presented with her certificate and trophy by Cllr Ian Person Civic Mayor of Doncaster.
  • They had the most amazing opportunity to meet and greet King Charles III and Queen Consort at the Mansion House to confer Doncaster’s new City Status!
  • Two of our Primary Ambassadors Milly and Lucas from Tickhill Estfeld were on ITV news!
  • Evia JCM was on Sheffield Radio
  • Met Doncaster’s MP’s Ed Miliband, Dame Rosie Winterton and Nick Fletcher
  • Met Mayor Ros Jones & Chief Exec Damian Allan
  • Evia JCM attended the Remembrance Sunday Event along with the Civic Mayor.
  • Taken part in White Ribbon Day today as part of Doncaster Youth Councils Domestic Abuse Campaign.

Doncaster's Primary Ambassadors

Robing Ceremony

Primary Ambassadors meet the King and Queen Consort