How do Service children ambassadors support SSCE Cymru?
There are many ways that Service children can support SSCE Cymru activities, depending on the child/young person’s age and interests. Possible activities include:
Participating in activities with members of the SSCE Cymru Network, such as:
- Month of the Military Child
- Armed Forces Day
- Little Troopers podcast.
Participating in the production of SSCE Cymru resources, such as:
- Films about Service children’s experiences
- Good practice case studies and films
- Resources for Service children.
Supporting the delivery of SSCE Cymru events, such as:
- Service children funding webinars
- SSCE Cymru Network webinars.
Representing Service children at relevant events/meetings, such as:
- SCiP Alliance Hub Cymru events
- MOD Local Authority Partnership (LAP) meetings
- Local authority action plan meetings
- SCiP Alliance Thriving Lives Conferences.
The Regional School Liaison Officers (RSLOs) for Service children will work with any ambassadors who support SSCE Cymru activities, to ensure they feel happy, safe, confident and well-prepared.
What do Service children ambassadors do in the local community?
Service children junior ambassadors
- Share their experiences of being a Service child
- Participate in activities to celebrate being a Service child.
Service children senior ambassadors
- Lead or organise activities to celebrate Service children
- Represent Service children in their school and linked feeder schools.
Service children lead ambassadors
- Participate in a nationwide Service children's ambassador group
- Represent Service children ambassadors
- Support the development of the Service children ambassadors scheme.