We are the Bronze Young Ambassadors and Mini Leaders. We organise sporting events throughout the year. In this role, we have developed our leadership, teamwork and communication skills, as well as many other qualities that we think are important.
During our activities, we look for children displaying Spirit of the Games values: passion, determination, teamwork, self-belief, honesty and respect. We reward these values as they are essential and what we think represent great sportsmanship.
Here’s what our children have said about being a mini leader:
“I like helping people. I have enjoyed setting up activities. My favourite activity was the golf.”
“I have enjoyed running the activities. I have learnt how to be a more patient leader and work well in a team.”
“I like sports and enjoy playing football. I’d like others to enjoy sports as much as me.”
“The best thing is organising people. I have learnt how to explain what to do.”
“It’s really fun being a BYA. It has developed my confidence.”
“I have learnt how to demonstrate activities more clearly.”
“The best thing about being a BYA is doing the activities. It has built my confidence.”
“I’ve enjoyed developing more sports skills and social skills. Also, I’ve enjoyed having fun and making up challenges.”
“My favourite part of being a BYA is helping others to learn. We organised a football activity where the houses played two matches against each other. This was my favourite activity.”
“The best thing is helping people to succeed in their goals and helping them in their determination.”
“I’ve learnt to be a great role model to the class in sport. I’ve enjoyed showing people what activities they could do when they’re alone.”
“My favourite part of being a BYA is making up games for others to do. Games can be changed so everyone can have a go.”