Our School Council is made up of a group of pupils who are elected to represent the views of all the pupils who work together to improve our school. Each class elects 2 pupils to join our School Council.
School Council meets every week on a Wednesday morning. Mrs Munday helps the Councillors to discuss issues and ideas that representatives bring to their meetings.
Each class has Voice Time after each School Council meeting to update all of the pupils about their work.
This week in English, we have been listening to and performing ‘The Marrog’ by R C Scriven. Our task for today was to find our own alien voice and prepare and perform part of the poem to the class. Emerald class were excellent at listening to... Continue reading »
The children voted, and these two children were elected as our school council representatives for the year. They will attend weekly meetings with children from other year groups to share our ideas and help to make important decisions. Well done! Continue reading »
During the Easter Holiday our playground was fully resurfaced and School Council were given the challenge of talking to their classes and deciding how they would like our playground to be remarked. During Voice Time, classes looked at different websites and... Continue reading »
This week we have been writing our own beanstalk stories, have been comparing amounts in Maths and some of us visited the M&S site! Continue reading »
School Council have decided that it would help if some children took on the voluntary role of Lunchtime Monitors. They would like to help keep tables tidy and pick up things which have fallen on the floor. Mrs Munday will help school councillors to write a... Continue reading »
At the end of last week, as a school we learnt all about democracy. As a result of this, we carried out our school council elections! There were 19 children in our class who wanted to be on the school council, but unfortunately we could only choose three.... Continue reading »
Earlier this week some very brave pupils from Amber Class decided they wanted to represent our class on the School Council. The children worked very hard to write some fantastic speeches which they then read out to the whole of Amber Class. After the... Continue reading »
Yesterday, we all took a bus ride to to see people at Street Wise. This is a. Scheme which teaches young people how to keep safe in different situations. It was a real wow factor when we stepped into the warehouse as it was set up like a real town with a... Continue reading »
We had a fabulous day last week when parents came in to look at all our hard work from the topic, The Great Fire Of London. We looked at our information leaflets, our sketchbooks and finally got to taste our delicious bread. Thank you to our parents for... Continue reading »
Thank you to everyone who has supported our Children in Need Appeal this year, with spare change. Children looked great in their ‘bright colours’ or ‘super hero’ outfits today. We are pleased to advise that the sum of £156.44 has been raised which... Continue reading »
We had great fun learning all about Rugby today. We learnt how to hold the ball and practised throwing it…with a spin! What was even better, is that the sun came out to play with us. We are really looking forward to next week but we may have to practise... Continue reading »
Key Stage 1 School Council met for our first meeting of 2014 on Wednesday. We talked about the findings of KS2 School Council`s video evidence of the playground at the end of our school day. Reps from Mrs Penny`s class advised everyone that they also find it... Continue reading »