Welcome to our School Council 2023 - 2024
We are proud to introduce our newly elected class councillors.
Year 3 - Libby Titchmarsh
Year 3 - Skye Wiley
Year4 - Livia Hutchinson
Year 4 - Victoria Hutchinson
Year 5 - Kiara
Year 5 - Billy Moakes
Year 6 - Hannah Fletcher
Year 6 - Shalom Bere
School Council Lead - Miss Bowers
The school raised an In credible £215.40 for Children in Need. Thank you to everyone who supported us and gave donations.
The school raised an incredible £62.71 for The Poppy appeal for the British Legion. Thank you to everyone who bought a poppy.
- Christmas jumper Day
- will be 7th December
- Check School Council boxes
October Council meeting
- Children in Need November 17th
- Dress up in spotty and have a well being afternoon - theme positive relationships
- Poppy appeal for British Legion
- Sell poppies at playtimes and every child in school to make a poopy to display
September Council minutes
- Roles within school council: Chairperson, vice chairperson, secretary, media
- Deliver an assembly to school to introduce new council
- Ideas to celebrate and take part in Children in Need Day
- Discuss Remembrance Day
- Update website page for school council
- Each councillor to make council box for own classroom
- School council display in hall
Friday 5th May will be our celebration day.
All children will take part in English, History and Art lessons about the King and the coronation. They will have aa 'street party' lunch, provided free for every child.
All children are invited to come dressed for a royal occasion or in red, white and blue. They can also come dressed as a Queen or King. Children cannot wear football kits or sports clothes.
To begin our celebration the school council have organised a Coronation Crown Competition. Design a crown fit for a King or Queen and brig it into school for Thursday4th May, where the crowns will be judged in a special assembly. There will be a winner chosen from each class.
Look out for the photos!
Children's Mental Health Week
The school council have been really busy working with Mrs Morley on Children's Mental Health. We will be taking part in Children's mental Health week from 6th February to 10th February. We have made each year group a well being activity pack, full of mindful colouring sheets, well being activities to do on your own or in pairs, breathing exercises, yoga and more. Each key stage will open one classroom at playtimes for any children that would like to stay in and join in any well being activities or have time to sit quietly and read.
School council have also put power points together which they have shared with the school during assembly times.
Welcome to our School Council 2021 - 2022
Year 6- Lily-Mai
Year6 - Liam
Year 6 - Layla
Year5 - Kaysha
Year5 - Jasmine
Year4 - Hajer
Year4 - Maisie
Year 3 - Isa
Year 3 - Jacob
Staff - Miss Bowers
Staff - Mrs Hackett
Queen Elizabeth's Platinum Jubilee Celebrations
The school has been decorated and is ready to begin it's Jubilee celebrations. On Thursday 26th May, the whole school will take part in a day of celebrations.
Learning about Queen Elizabeth 11 in English, History, Art, Music and more.
After sending letters and cards to Her Majesty, the School Council were very excited to receive a letter from The Queen.
We have been very busy helping to set up our new school library, Le Biblioteque. We have also ordered lots of new exciting books to go in there.
This half term we are coming up with ideas to celebrate the Queens Platinum Jubilee in May. The children are looking back at previous jubilees we have celebrated at school, including the Golden and Diamond Jubilee.
Wishing everyone a MERRY CHRISTMAS and a HAPPY NEW YEAR!
CHILDREN IN NEED DAY
The whole school put on their glittery, sequin dancing outfits and grabbed their dancing shoes to raise some money for Children in Need. We also sold lots of Pudsey bracelets and key rings.
We raised an incredible £477.74!
Thank you to everyone who supported this amazing fundraising day.
Odd Sock Day - To show we all support Anti- bullying Week. 2021
Over the past three weeks School council have been coming up with ideas to celebrate Christmas. They have come up with the idea of having four real Christmas trees (one for each phase) and planting them on the field near the car park so that parents can see them. Each class will make decorations to put on the tree.
The school council have been very busy writing letters to Miss Griffith telling her about their idea and asking for the Christmas Trees.
We are very excited to tell you, Miss Griffith agreed with the idea and has said we can plant them on the field that way the trees will continue to grow and be decorated every year.
School council will be planting these trees on Thursday 3rd December.
Look out for our Christmas Trees.