School Council 2018/19

“School is fun when there’s everyone!”

We have been elected by our classes to represent our individual year groups to make our school a better place. Miss Glynn oversees all of the fantastic work and fundraising that we do.

The School Council Team:
(Y1) Zara F. (Y2) Oliver S. (Y3) Lily H.
  
(Y4) Olive C. (Y5) Jack R. (Y6) Matthew R. 
   

Mar 2019 – Red Nose Day
To raise awareness for Comic Relief, we organised a School Danceathon. All of the children and adults got their red noses, diddy boppers and red face paint along with their dancing shoes and rocked to The Macarena.

Mar 2019 – World Book Day
To promote our love of reading, our school got dressed up as one of our favourite book characters. For those of us who don’t enjoy dressing up, we took the alternate option and dressed up our spuds instead! 


   

And obviously the teacher’s couldn’t resist getting involved either! 

Nov 2018 – WWF: We have new class names!
Each of the classes were given a choice of 14 animals available for adoption through the World Wildlife Fund. Having gone through numerous rounds of voting, the final decisions are in! The results were as follows:

FS Gorillas
Y1/2 Snow Leopards
Y3/4 Penguins
Y5/6 Polar Bears

Each class have now received their welcome pack with complimentary toy (class mascot) and book marks. The classes will receive regular updates with crucial information regarding how their sponsorship is helping support endangered animals around the world.

October 2018 – Autumn 1: Termly Update
We are a group of pupils who have been elected by fellow members of our class to represent each of our individual year groups. Our job is to be the ‘pupil’s voice’ to work towards improving our school and to take part in fundraising activities, which can raise vital funds or raise awareness of specific causes.

We are here to make our school a better place. Our motto is ‘School is fun when there is everyone.’ Our first mission this term is to rename each of the four classes. In order to do this, we will vote to support and sponsor an endangered animal from the World Wildlife Fund. Once chosen, that animal will become their class’ name for the year.