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Our Mission Statement:

 

Our School Council represents the views of all of our pupils. 

 

Our School Council gives our children the opportunity to make their voices heard, and feel like a part of the whole school community.

 

We have regular meetings to think about how we can bring a positive change to the school. We discuss how current policies are doing, whether they are working, as well as by thinking of new, exciting ideas to bring to the school environment.

 

We promote an ethos of taking responsibility for our day-to-day schooling lives, however big or small.

 

Our School Councillors are:

Year 1

Nothando(Autumn Term)

Simrah (Spring Term)

Ella P ( Summer Term)

Year 2

Isla

Year 3

Harriet 

William

Year 4

 

Year 5 

Theo

Charlotte

Year 6

Tom A

Raph

Harlie

 

 

 

 

Our School Councillor Mentors are:

 

Mrs Stoker and Mrs Dickens

 

Our first charity event was to raise money for Children with gene abnormality. All pupils paid to wear jeans on Thursday 20th September.

It was a very successful day which not only helped to raise money but also informed the children of how their money would be spent.

Children in year 5 expressed empathy towards people less fortunate than themselves.

 

Friday 28th September

Our next event is the Macmillan Coffee Morning which will be held in the school hall at 9.30 after the Harvest service.

The school council will be making posters to advertise the event. It'd be great to see as many of you as possible supporting such a worthy cause.

All pupils will be asked to donate cakes ( on Thursday) to sell on Friday. In addition, Children will be allowed to bring in 50p on Friday to purchase a cake.

 

MacMillan coffee morning update

 

Thank you so much for your support on Friday raising Money for Cancer Research. We raised well over £100 ( I'll let you know the final amount as soon as I know)

The younger school councillors worked extremely hard , setting out the cakes and the school councillors from years 4 5 and 6 did a great job selling the cakes, collecting money and clearing tables. Well done to you all.

 On Monday (1st October) The school councillors will be asked to feed back from their class about what they think of the school lunches. Their ideas will be collated and sent to Mrs Cooke.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 24/9/18

 

We are very much looking forward to updating this page to let you know of all our exciting fund raising ideas for the coming year.