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On Thursday 15th February we took part in the Number Day to raise money for the NSPCC. The theme was 'Battle of the Robots' and all of KS2 had a fantastic day designing and building robots.  There was a lot of measuring and number work involved and it was great to see mixed aged groups helping each other.  Also, we raised £549 for the NSPCC - well done and thank you to everyone who donated.
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NSPCC Maths Number Day - 15th February

 

Thank you all for your kind sponsor money.

 

We have raised a whopping £549!!!

Our chosen charity for this year is the NSPCC.

 

In December, we had a 'wear a christmas jumper to school day' and we raised 

£51!

 

Thank you to everybody who sent in a £1.

Amelia Dutton (Treasurer) sending off our cheque to the NSPCC

Amelia Dutton (Treasurer) sending off our cheque to the NSPCC 1

Our School Council 2017 - 2018

Charlotte - Chairperson

Freya H

Elizabeth

Harry

Amelia D

Archie

Tiggy 

Jessica 

The School Council is an active student group that represents all of our school years across the school.  There is a School Council Representative from Year 1 up to Year 6 - a total of 8 children (4 come from UKS2).  The School Council is a voice for the pupils of the school and they are involved in school events and bringing the ideas and thoughts of the pupils to the rest of the school community.

At the start of the year, there is a ballot, when the children can put their names forward for the School Council.  Names are drawn out of a hat at a special assembly and all the new members are given a shiny new badge to show their responsibility in school!  Within the School Council, there is a Chairperson (KS2), a Vice-chairperson (KS2) and a Secretary (KS2).  The members meet regularly to discuss the various issues that may have arisen.

One of the main roles of the School Council is to chose and organise fundraising throughout the school.  They meet with governors to find out what they do and they give feedback to the staff about whole school items such as choosing the playground markings in previous years.  

Keep an eye on this page to find out our current fundraising ideas or any upcoming events.

Raising money for Alder Hey 

 

The school council have delivered a assembly about Alder Hey and how the help children and adults. 

The school council decided to sell some alder hey badges for £1.50 to help raise money for Alder Hey.

 

by Esme - School Council Chair.    

Mad Hair Day

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Our School Council

Our School Council 1
Our new school council - Eleanor, Esme, Gracie, Honey, Thea, Josie, Corylea and Cora
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