School Council 2017-2018
We are very pleased to introduce this year's school council members. They are looking forward to working hard to make our school and community a better place.
Keep your eyes peeled for all our latest news!
Willow Class- Tom and Grace
Chestnut Class- Tom and Maizie
Elder Class- Ava and Edward
Poplar Class- Dominic and Eva
Sycamore Class- Thomas and Libby
Oak Class- Jake and Aston
Beech Class- Poppy
After our very first meeting the children have decided they would like to become more involved in leading worship sessions and would like to hold a book sale to raise funds for school. It's time for us to get planning these events!
School Council 2016-2017
Introducing this year's school council:
Our School Council is a democratically elected group of pupils representing each of our classes. In the Autumn Term each class from Year 2 upwards elects one boy and one girl as class representatives for the academic year. The aim of our School Council is to make a difference in the school community, in the local community and in the world community.
This year's school council members are:
Willow Class: Charlie and Emma
Chestnut Class: Simeon and Xanthe
Elder Class: Harry and Eve
Poplar Class: George and Imogen
Sycamore Class: Theo and Lola
Oak Class: Ewan and Libby
Beech Class: Aimee
Autumn Term 2016
Hi, our names are Charlie and Emma. We've been elected as this year's school council leaders and this year we hope to make the school and the community a better place. We hope to achieve this by making the school more eco-friendly. We are also aiming to create more school teams and to raise lots of money for charity.
Each class has been given a suggestion bag to place their wonderful ideas about how to improve our school. We look forward to hearing some of your thoughts!
For Children in Need this year we held a cake sale and raised over £500. Well done everyone!
The council decided through ideas from the pupils to start a paper recycling bank. Each class now has a paper only bin and the paper is collected every fortnight and recycled. We hope we can start to make a small difference to the school and its 'carbon footprint'
We also held a competition to make the best poster to promote recycling. The winner was Zoe from Chestnut class- well done Zoe!
Its back again, this year's 'Red Nose Day' will be on Friday 24th March. The school will be joining in by coming to school dressed in our pyjamas! We will also be holding a joke competition, a fun run and will compete in a dance competition. Let's see how much money we can raise.
Well done, we raised over £200!