School Ambassadors

REMINDER- Comic Relief-19th March 2021 


Please wear red to school on this day and you may decide to wear an optional red nose. Please find more details about this on the letter attached to this page.  

This page is dedicated to our amazing school ambassadors. We have a fantastic group of children working as our school ambassadors this year. Miss Brennan and Miss Boult are looking forward to working closely with the children this year. Here you will find the important letters that we send home. Our school ambassadors are at the heart of our school. They are role models within school who are keen to promote our school values and ethos. They have been elected by their peers as their class representatives who can feedback important issues. At Whitby Heath, we strongly believe it is vital that children have ‘a voice’.

At the bottom of this page every fortnight we will be uploading a short update from a different school ambassador. Sometimes they will be letting you know what is happening in school, sometimes they will be updating you with any changes and other times they will just be checking in to say ‘hello’. Either way please read so you can keep up to date with what is happening in school.

Comic relief (Red Nose Day) 

Comic Relief, Red Nose Day! | Anson CE Primary School

Comic Relief is a UK based charity which strives to create a just world, free from poverty. Their mission is to drive positive change through the power of entertainment. The aim of this day is to end the week on a positive note and help children recognise the importance of raising money for those less fortunate than themselves in the world. We are looking forward to celebrating and having fun on this day in our class bubbles.  To find out more about how you can get involved at home you can visit  

Children in need

As you may already know, Monday 9th November is the start of this year’s BBC Children in Need Appeal Week. Our school is excited to be joining with many others around the UK to participate in the fundraising programme.Throughout the week the children will be getting involved with different activities from the programme which will inspire them to get active, take notice and be curious about the world around them. Then on Friday 13th November we will be having a non-school uniform day and taking part in Joe’s Ultimate Feel Good Friday! For year 1 children we are suggesting that they wear warm active wear and trainers because they also have their Forest Schools session on that day. Together we can raise money for thousands of charities and projects, and raise spirits too, so we are asking pupils to donate £1 each to help to support disadvantaged children right across the UK.

Record £60 million raised by 2016 BBC Children in Need | UK Fundraising





We believe that the more involved a child is in their learning then the more effect their learning is. For this reason, we value all opinions from all children from all year groups. We are keen to take on board any points raised by our school ambassadors.

As things are a little bit different this year, it is important that we use our ambassadors as an essential ‘port of call’ in and around school especially as we are working within our bubbles.

The roles our ambassadors have in school vary from helping out around the school, finding innovative and exciting ways to fundraise, finding ways to communicate important messages across bubbles, attending important meetings, helping the school run smoothly at play times and lunch times and many more important activities.

This year, we need our ambassadors more so than ever.

We hope you enjoy our updates from:













Thank you so much for all of your support so far.


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Contact the School

Whitby Heath Primary School

Ellesmere Port,
CH65 6RJ

Main Contact: Mrs. R. Jewitt (Head Teacher)

Tel: 0151 355 1781

SEN Contact: Miss. C. Monins