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Here is our new School Council for 2017-2018! Congratulations Stephanie, Libby, Poppy, Freya, Ida-Rose and Edward!

Here is our new School Council for 2017-2018!  Congratulations Stephanie, Libby, Poppy, Freya, Ida-Rose and Edward! 1
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Our School Council represents the views of all our pupils. It gives children the opportunity to make their voices heard and feel part of the whole school community.  A new school council has now been elected by the children.  Congratulations to Daniel and Elsa in Hazel Class, Fran and Lauren in Holly Class, and Reggie and Ellie in Willow Class. 

 

Our first School Council Assembly

Well done to the School Council for preparing and delivering a fantastic  assembly to the whole school.  

Ideas were shared about upcoming events including a pyjama day and a new stationery shop that will open every two weeks starting after half term.  

 

Their assembly can be viewed below. 

School Council Assemblies

Children in Need Day

Well done to our School Council for organising a fantastic Children in Need Day. Children came to school dressed in clothes and costumes which match what they would like to be when they are older. We held a colouring competition to design a new outfit for Pudsey Bear.

Children also enjoyed the opening of our new shop which is run by the School Council. Lots of children bought pencils, rubbers and notebooks. All the profit from the shop was donated to Children in Need. Finally the children tried to guess how many sweets were in the jar and donated 20p in order to take part.

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Pyjama Day

Well done to the School Council for organising a great pyjama day in aid of Save the Children. The School Council talked to their classes and the children were keen to support the refuge crisis. Money raised on pyjama day will go towards supporting this worthwhile cause.

The children looked fantastic and they enjoyed some delicious cakes at playtime.

Thank you to parents for contributions of money and donations of cakes. We raised at least £100.44!

World Wildlife Fundraising Day

Well done to the School Council for organising a great World Wildlife Fundraising Day. The children came to school dressed as animals donating a £1 to join in. The children found out about endangered animals in each class and enjoyed a delicious cake sale at break time.

We raised a fantastic £109.00 which means we are able to adopt an Orang-utan, a Snow Leopard and a Dolphin.

World Wildlife Fundraising Day

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