Explain to students that the worksheet is split into and experience and personality qualities.
Students decide which aspects of a person's experience would be most important.
They write down their reasons for certain experience being more important than other.
3. Students make the same decisions about the personal qualities a commissioner would need.
You may wish to give the two blank pie-charts on the worksheet to students to colour and label showing their ideas over the qualities a children's commissioner needs.
Recap on the main teaching points and students share their interview questions and choice of candidate qualities.
The first Children's Commissioner for Wales:
- Peter Clarke used to be director of ChildLine Cymru.
- 12 children drawn from across Wales interviewed the six shortlisted candidates on the day before the formal interviews.
- It is a £70,000-a-year appointment with a budget in its first year of around £700,000.
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