Wellbeing Ambassadors  

At Swarcliffe Primary School, our Wellbeing Ambassadors have shown a real interest in championing positive mental health and wellbeing for all pupils.  We make sure that every child is happy through supporting their social, emotional, physical and mental wellbeing.

At our school we:

  • help children feel comfortable by sharing any concerns or worries they may have
  • help children develop their self-esteem and self-confidence
  • help children form positive relationships through developing their social skills
  • help children to understand their emotions and develop emotional resilience 


Counting Kindness

During 'Anti-Bullying' week, the Wellbeing Ambassadors launched the 'Counting Kindness' campaign.  Each class was set with the task of recording any kindness that took place during the week.  The winning classes received a special treat. Here is some of the kindness that took place during that week:

  • Saffy helped Alfie when he fell over.
  • Jake played with someone in Leopards when they had no-one to play with.
  • Children holding classroom doors open for each other.
  • Sharing toys in the classroom.
  • Ethan got George’s going home things for him.
  • Luca helped a boy when he was hurt.
  • Junior helped Abel with his learning.
  • Violet was very kind in Night Owls and helped the adults tidy up.
  • Isabelle helped Sienna look for her gloves.
  • Olly was a kind friend to Oliver.
  • Isaac helped Mohammed on the ice.
  • Annabelle handed out books to her friends in phonics.
  • Jack helped the new boy when he fell over outside and took him to the office.
  • Jack helped clear up after lunch.
  • Ethan pushed his mum to school in a wheelchair.
  • Sadie and Olivia tidied the tables.
  • Noah litter picked.
  • Sophia helped Maddison when she fell over.
  • George played with Brody at playtime because he was alone.


Congratulations to the following classes for being extra kind:





Play Leaders

The Wellbeing Ambassadors have teamed up with the P.E. Ambassadors to become Play Leaders for the Key Stage 1 lunchtimes. The P.E. Leaders taught new games to the Wellbeing Ambassadors so that they were confident to lead the lunchtime games.