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Peer Mediators

 

                             

            

                     

                                                  

        

           

                                               

 

To be a Peer Mediator you need to remain calm in difficult situations. You need to be fair to all children, and, you must be a great role model for our younger children.

 

Here are some of our roles and responsibilities:

 

  • Being on duty at lunchtime once a week – resolving small conflicts and helping children have happy playtimes

  • Awarding good choice cards / golden tickets

  • Being a wet play monitor in a younger class

  • Being a tour guide for visitors to our school

  • Working in reception at lunchtime

  • Being involved with our RECEPTION class and helping with their induction

     

    To help you with all these responsibilities you are given training in how to be a perfect peer mediator by Miss Colenso!

     

    To be selected to be a peer mediator you need to present to your class how you would solve ONE of the conflicts below.

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    CONFLICT 1: A boy says that he is being called nasty names by another child. What do you do?

     

    CONFLICT 2: A girl has fallen over and said that someone deliberately pushed her over. What do you do?

     

    CONFLICT 3: Two children are arguing about a ball. One says it is theirs, the other says it is theirs. What do you do?

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    And that is how we were chosen to be Peer Mediators! Look for us on the playground - we wear yellow, hi-vis waistcoats so we stand out clearly to everyone. We also wear a badge so you can recognise us in school too.

     

     

     

  • Grove Road Primary School,
  • Cromwell Road,
  • Hounslow, Middlesex, TW3 3QQ
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