North Leigh C of E Primary School
Young Leaders' Award
Young Leader Opportunities for Willow Class!
The amazing people at the YLA have been busy making more resources for you to use at home. Click on the links to find ideas for how you can help, develop your leadership skills and find out about how other people have developed theirs.
Lots of you have already been actively doing things to help, so tell me about what you’ve been up to - fill out the form below! Show everyone what great things you’ve been doing.
Remember, make sure your responsible adults know what is going on, keep washing your hands and stay safely away from people.

Take care,
Mr Webster.

North Leigh C of E Primary School
MD
What challenge did you do?
I set up a tomato plant stall at the end of my road with my sister and raised money For the Foodbank.

Did you enjoy it?
Yes

What leadership skills did you use?
Initiative
Kindness

And what comments did your parent etc make?
We raised £25


North Leigh C of E Primary School
MD
What challenge did you do?
I made blueberry pancakes for my family

Did you enjoy it?
Yes

What leadership skills did you use?
Kindness
Helpful
Management
Developing new skills

And what comments did your parent etc make?
Very yummy


North Leigh C of E Primary School
LS
What challenge did you do?
I made a sign for the front of the house, to show our gratitude to all our key workers

Did you enjoy it?
yes it was fun I enjoyed using art to share an important message (it was also the first time I used pastels!)

What leadership skills did you use?
Creativity, community spirit, caring

And what comments did your parent etc make?
We all love the sign L made always brings a smile to us and people passing by


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Isla
What challenge did you do?
Isla wanted this video to be shared, so everyone could see how important it is to wash their hands.

Did you enjoy it?
Yes




North Leigh C of E Primary School
MD
What challenge did you do?
Collected food to give to my neighbour to take to the local food bank.

Did you enjoy it?
Yes




North Leigh C of E Primary School
MD
What challenge did you do?
A drawing for the NHS Nightingale hospital

Did you enjoy it?
Yes

What leadership skills did you use?
Kindness
Initiative
Positivity

And what comments did your parent/ neighbour/ community make?
I hope they like it and that it brings a smile to someone there.



North Leigh C of E Primary School
MD
What challenge did you do?
I fed and walked my neighbours dog whilst they were away.

Did you enjoy it?
Yes

What leadership skills did you use?
Responsibility
Kindness
Trustworthiness

And what comments did your parent/ neighbour/ community make?
She was really happy and gave me a bar of chocolate as a way of saying thank you.



North Leigh C of E Primary School
IP
What challenge did you do?
Baked chocolate brownies to deliver to my elderly neighbours who are unable to leave the house.

Did you enjoy it?
I really enjoyed making the brownies - even if they are not the most healthiest!

What leadership skills did you use?
Kindness: offering to do something that helps a neighbour
Organised: planning a recipe and organising the ingredients in order to make them successfully.

And what comments did your parent/ neighbour/ community make?
My neighbours were very grateful for the brownies - one of my neighbours Brian ate his straight away! My other neighbour said thank you as chocolate is his favourite!



North Leigh C of E Primary School
IP
What challenge did you do?
Offer to read with a relative: Despite not being able to see my Grandad in person, I use Face Time to read a story to him. I also read a story to him that I wrote myself.

Did you enjoy it?
It was really good fun - we had a giggle together and it was lovely catching up with him.

What leadership skills did you use?
Kindness & Clear Communicator

And what comments did your parent/ neighbour/ community make?
Grandad and his partner Jenny said they really enjoyed listening to my story - it made their day. They enjoyed seeing Louis and me over Face Time as they haven't seen anyone for the past few weeks.



North Leigh C of E Primary School
Bluebell
What challenge did you do?
I Wrote a poem about Alaska where my Great Granny lives. Then I sent her the poem in an Email.
My great granny is 93, I hoped this would cheer her up.





North Leigh C of E Primary School
Phoebe H
What challenge did you do?
I looked after a friends pet! It was a cat, and his name is Kiev. I had to feed, groom, pet and play with him!

Did you enjoy it?
I enjoyed it, but what I didn't enjoy was feeding him because the food was like jelly and it stunk!

What leadership skills did you use?
Kind-helping a neighbor look after their cat because they were on holiday!
Organized-having the right things to look after a cat means a very happy animal!

And what comments did your parent/ neighbour/ community make?
Phoebe took her responsibility very seriously and it meant our friends were able to enjoy their holiday without the worry of how their cat was coping.



North Leigh C of E Primary School
Isla C.G
What challenge did you do?
I am helping my mum to learn sign language for her work. On the weekend I tested her on the alphabet.
Whenever I read a book to her I ask her to sign one of words to me to help her practice.

Did you enjoy it?
Yes, lots.

What leadership skills did you use?
Kindness and being helpful

And what comments did your parent/ neighbour/ community make?
Mum thanked me because it really helps to learn she said



North Leigh C of E Primary School
MK
What challenge did you do?
I wrote a letter to an elderly resident in a local care home, they cannot have visitors at the moment so I wanted to make them smile.

Did you enjoy it?
Yes. I love colouring so I made them a picture and I wrote a letter. I am going to be a regular penpal now.

What leadership skills did you use?
Kindness- showing a loving/caring attitude towards someone else.
Taking Initiative- Doing a task without being asked.
(I asked my mum if I could write to someone in a care home as they might be lonely with no visitors at the moment)

And what comments did your parent/ neighbour/ community make?
She sent me a picture (of her receiving my letter/picture) and she also wrote me a letter back saying it was very nice to hear from me.
We are going to be regular penpals now and I am in the middle of writing my next letter.



North Leigh C of E Primary School
Isla P
What challenge did you do?
Offer to walk a neighbour's dog or look after a pet:
We don't have any pets so I offered to walk a neighbour's dog for them.

Did you enjoy it?
It was great fun! We went for a long walk and passed an open field where we threw the ball for him to chase and bring back. We did this loads of tines as 'Oscar' wanted to keep going and going.

What leadership skills did you use?
Kindness: caring for others and being helpful.
Taking Initiative: doing a task without being asked or reminded (I volunteered as I love dogs but don't have one).

And what comments did your parent/ neighbour/ community make?
Neighbour: Thank you so much for walking Oscar. He had a wonderful time and is super tired now!




North Leigh C of E Primary School      Park Road      North Leigh      Witney      OX29 6SS
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