Our role is to promote speaking and listening across school and at home.
In order to become an ambassador, we had to share with our classes why we would be good at the job. Our class then votes and elects for the most suitable candidate.
The team meet once a half term, where we develop our own confidence in speaking in front of our peers and take these strategies back to the classroom.
One of our forthcoming projects is to become “Talk Detectives” and “Listening Detectives” in our phase assemblies.
Meet the Team
Oracy Ambassadors (ID 1286)
Report to Governors 23-24
Autumn Term 23/24 - Oracy Ambassadors Update
We are a new team of 12 Oracy Ambassadors from KS2. We have met as a team and have our own page on the school website, where you can meet our team and find out about the projects we are working on. We have asked our classes for feedback on the Oracy bookmarks that went out last year. We found that the children like to use them as book marks but need support in using the questions at home to create conversations. We are planning to develop our confidence when speaking in front of others and will be developing an Oracy bookmark assembly in the near future to offer support.
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