Pupils As Listeners
William Edwards PALs
What are PALs?
PAL stands for Pupils as Listeners and our aim is to make sure that students feel happy when in school and that no one faces a problem alone.
PALs are year 9, 10 and 11 students who are very dedicated and determined to make sure that all students have the opportunity to enjoy their time at William Edwards.
What do PALs do?
PALs listen to others when they have a problem- whether the problem is with friendship, stress, bullying or any other concerns you have, we will listen.
PALs can give support, guidance and advice to students when needed.
Where can I find a PAL?
PALS are on duty in locations around the school.
You can talk to PALs at break or lunch times in:
- The Oasis club- a quiet space in school where you can spend your lunchtime
- The Walk Way cafe (PAL’s Table)
- The Drop In Centre (in pastoral)
- Or talk to a PAL in tutor.
How can I spot a PAL?
PALS wear a black tie with a yellow stripes through and have a purple PAL badge.
PALS support the school’s H.E.A.R.T. ethos.
PALS Leadership Team from June 2018
Lauren Hooper and Max Skilton
Senior PAL Leaders:
Senior Charity Leader: Ellie Ridgewell
Senior House Leaders: Nathan Shrubsole
Bruyn: Charlie Redmond
Rokell: Charlie Redmond
Warren: Tillie Baker
Whitmore: Lucy Boulton
Senior Oasis Leader: Ellie Wright
Senior Oasis PAL: