School Council

Children in Need 2016

A big thank you to everyone who supported Children in Need Day.   Thank you also to the school council, who organised the day and worked hard selling raffle tickets and Name the Bear.  All together, the school has raised £463.50, through the sale of headbands and key rings, non uniform day and the raffles. Well done everyone for supporting such a worthy cause!

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The School Council visit Parliament

On Thursday 6th October, we set off on the 8am train from Newcastle to London to visit the Houses of Parliament.  As we had some Harry Potter enthusiasts  among us, we headed straight to Platform 9¾!  After that we took the tube to Charing Cross to see Trafalgar Square and set off down the Mall towards Buckingham Palace. After lunch in St James Park, we made our way to Parliament.  We had a fantastic guide who took us to both the House of Lords and the House of Commons.  We even visited the Queen’s private entrance!  Then we joined up with another school council and took part in a workshop about the State Opening of Parliament.  We hope you enjoy looking at our photos.

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School Councillor

School Councillor

Year 2 were very excited to vote for their class representatives for school councillor. First the children wrote their manifesto and read it to the class. The children then took part in a private vote. Well done to Ellie and Cody who were voted Year 2’s school councillors.

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Do you like gardening?

The School Council are trying to get a “Green Fingers Club” started at our school for children, parents/carers and grandparents.  We would especially like to grow fruit and vegetables. If you are interested, and free for one hour once a week, then please leave your details at the school office.

Thank you

The School Council

School council – Eco Review

Today the school council met with Mr Kennedy to discuss how we can make the school more environmentally friendly.

They carried out an environmental review of the school and highlighted areas to improve.

We will work together on an action plan over the coming weeks as we look to achieve the Eco Schools award.

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