School Council & Ambassadors

School Council

At Durrington Infant and Junior Federated Schools, our School Councillors have an important role to play in issues that affect the children and themselves. We value the opinions and suggestions made by pupils and encourage them to be responsible for our school. Each class elects a representative to become a member of the School Council. Through council meetings, children can put their ideas forward to ‘build a better school community.’ The School Council discusses the ideas with the Senior Leadership Team.

Minutes are taken from each meeting and the Councillors are given time to feedback to their class.

Being a School Councillor provides the children with an opportunity to learn real-life skills, take on responsibilities and be involved in decision meeting. 

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School Council Aims

School Council Responsibilities

Leadership Skills

Code of Conduct

Our current School Councillors are:

  • Reception - Will be appointed later in the year.
  • Y1 - Marley and Hollie
  • Y2 - Grace, Aaron and Sol
  • Y3 - Cordelia, Summer and Theo
  • Y4 - Ben, Tabitha and James
  • Beach - Joshua
  • Y5 - Scarlett, Ellie and Rosalyn
  • Y6 - Ben, Max and Evie


January 2018:

The School Council took assemblies in both the Infant and Junior Schools today. They told the rest of the school about the new 'quiet areas' in the playgrounds where children can sit and write, draw or read. The resources for these were purchased from the profits made in October's Spooktacular Cake Sale.  Next week, the School Council are starting a new project - designing and making an anti-bullying leaflet.



School Ambassadors

At Durrington Infant and Junior Federated Schools our older children apply and are interviewed to gain a much sought after position of a Pupil Ambassador. Our Pupils take that extra step to follow our school values and are the ‘face’ of our school. Our Ambassadors have a very active role in the school have been allocated different aspects of school life to focus on. Year 6 Ambassadors receive blazers.

Ambassadors have to apply for their preferred role and have an interview with a member of the Senior Leadership Team and the Pastoral Team, they must be an exemplary role model for the school and have excellent attendance. Once the role is secured the pupil will fulfil this role until they leave Durrington Infant and Junior school.

Our current School Ambassadors are:

Office Assistant  Camren and Holly  
Computing Suite Assistant  Drew, Lilly, Charlie and Poppy  
Environment  & Phones  Keith, Gaby, Josh and Ruby  
House Points

Daisy, Robyn, Leah and Katie 

Library Charlie, Natasha, Chloe, Keira, Lucie and Eloise  
Dining Hall 

Levi, Ayanda, Neave, Max, Liam, Harry, Rhianna and Keira

Play Leaders Tia and Tumi  
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After School and Breakfast Club

Our Out of School clubs are extremely popular and a fantastic way to inspire children of all ages.

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Durrington Infant & Junior School
Salvington Road
Worthing BN13 2JD
01903 260138
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