Young Interpreter Scheme

Meet some of our Young Interpreters this year. They have been chosen from a large group of applicants that wanted to do the job; some of them even re-applied, having enjoyed the role last year. During the year they will be working with their buddies on a regular basis in their free time as well as in other more formal pre-planned sessions.

These people support children who are new to this country to help them to relaxed, happy and welcome.

Our Young Interpreters communicate with children who do not speak much English and show them how we do things and where things are. They enjoy sharing other cultures and information about different countries.

Our Young Interpreters also meet up with other Young Interpreters from local schools to enjoy different cultural activities.

Thanks to our outgoing Young Interpreters from 2015-2016. 

Milton Mount is proud to be part of the Young Interpreter Scheme. In 2015-2016 we had more Young Interpreters than ever before. These children all wrote letters explaining why they wanted to be Young Interpreters and volunteered for this important role which takes up some of their own time in the school day. In September, they received training and they now have their own buddies who they meet up with in planning/study time or at break/lunchtime. These are some of our young interpreters reading to their buddies.

These pupils support children who are new to this country to help them to feel relaxed, happy and welcome.

Our Young Interpreters communicate with children who don't speak much English and show children how we do things and where things are. They enjoy sharing other cultures and information about different countries.

Our Young Interpreters meet up with other Young Interpreters from local schools to enjoy different cultural activities.

  1. Young Interpreters' Newsletter