Bourne Elsea Park Church Of England Primary Academy

Striving For Excellence, Caring For All In a Loving And Caring Christian Environment.

        Agents of Change

        Being an Agent of Change is a key part of the Christian nature of Bourne Elsea Park. It sounds like the job of a super hero doesn’t it? It is an incredibly important role, but anyone, absolutely anyone can be an Agent of Change. We all have the power to do something, to change one thing that can have a positive effect on the people or world around us. It could be as simple as putting rubbish in the bin, smiling at someone who needs a friend or offering to help with a job. It could be as big as reducing your carbon footprint, raising money for a good cause or campaigning for change. We all have the power to do something good. We celebrate all Agents of Change and would like to share some of the heroes within our  school.


        We would like to thank the Co-op for donating a litter picking kit to our school. We are always looking for ways to improve the children’s understanding of environmental issues and sustainability and the litter picking kit will help us to encourage our children to make a difference to their local environment. We can’t wait to start using it regularly as a means of inspiring and empowering our children to believe they can have a positive impact on our planet and truly become Agents of Change.

        Here are Year 5’s Agents of Change.  Scroll down to see why they believe they deserve the title of Agent of Change.

        Amelie – I am an Agent of Change because I plant lots of plants to provide habitats and food sources for insects, including those all important bees!

        Emeli – I am an Agent of Change because I have adopted an elephant, a jaguar and a tiger. This means these creatures are protected from harm.

        Archie – I am an Agent of Change because I have adopted a penguin. I also work really hard to make sure we use resources wisely in the classroom – Lids on glues people! Lids on glues!

        Kade – I am an Agent of Change because I always try my best to pick up litter and put it in the bin.

        Roman – I am an Agent of Change because every year baby birds fall from the roof and we have to take care of them.

        I am an Agent of Change because my family donates £5 a month to help children suffering from life changing illnesses.


        I am an Agent of Change because I am going on a litter pick with my Grandma! And I think it is going to rain – ALL DAY!