Category Archives: School Council
The school council are pleased to say that the new additions to the junior playground trim trail have arrived and are now ready for action!
Last year’s school council members asked the school to vote for their favourites, and the most popular were chosen.
We look forward to seeing it get good use, and we remind people to play on the trim trail responsibly and carefully.
We would like all children to take part in in our Healthy schools competition.
You can choose one or both of these options:
- Design, draw and label an exciting, balanced, healthy lunch box. (The winner will have their design displayed around school, and on the website)
- Design, draw and label an exciting, balanced, healthy school dinner, including pudding. (The winner will have a version of their design made by the kitchen for school dinner in the summer term, and will be displayed on the website)
Children can use the included template given out today, or draw your own. The template are below.
Hand in the finished designs to class Council representatives or to the main office, by the 1st of May
We are looking forward to seeing your ideas, and to see better choices for snacks being made happening at break time by juniors.
School council mission statement
Our role as school council, is to take pupils’ opinions and give them a voice to change the future for the better.
School Council September 2016
Ladybird/Dragonfly – Alex and Laylah
Woodpecker – Ryan and Roxi
Owl – Austin and Ella
Otter – Sophie and Seth
Koala – Codie and Elliott
Badger – Georgina and Kishan
Dolphin – Ben and Olivia
Panther – Isaac and Leo
Leopards – Jenna and Isobel
School council update:
Now our reps have been chosen, their first decision was to choose the charities to support for the year.
As our international charity, they have opted to build more support for the Nepalese Bramheshwari Primary school. Earlier this year we raised £500 to help after the earthquake, and an amazing difference was made by you all. They thought that we could continue this and get in contact to see how things were changing for the children there.
As our national charity, they have opted for Action for Children, a support network that helps the UK’s most vulnerable children and young people.
And finally, as our local charity, they have selected Naomi House, a hospice that provides expert care to more than 280 life-limited and life-threatened children, young people and their extended families from the area.
We look forward to getting started with fund raising.