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Wray Common Primary School

A primary school for boys and girls aged 4 to 11

Rangers Leaders

Rangers has a leadership programme for our year 5 and 6 children. It encourages children to become great role models, take on extra responsibility and embody the school’s values. The Leadership programme enriches the experience for both our leaders and our other children through child led initiatives, activities and our very own Rangers Council.

To become a Rangers Leader year 5 and 6 children must complete our Rangers Leadership Award. Leaders in training (LITs) develop their leadership skills through:

  • Buddying younger children; demonstrating our values and role modelling
  • Team building initiatives; learning the ropes of what it takes to become a leader
  • Leading activities for others; putting our skills to the test!

We celebrate our leadership programme successes which have brought a new meaning to being a “Ranger”. Here are a few of our Rangers Leaders opinions on what it means to be a Ranger.

“Being a Rangers Leader means that I am trusted to take on extra responsibilities. I enjoy being a role model for others and take great pride in showing others the school’s values” – Bethan, Year 6

Being a Rangers Leader means that I am kind and caring, especially to younger children. I am responsible for helping others and enjoy my extra responsibilities” – Abbie, Year 6