Well, what an exciting year this has been! We have achieved lots over the course of the year and managed to help improve our school... Take a look at what we have done!
We are already looking forward to next year, to continue improving our already wonderful school!
If you want to be part of school council next year, make sure you let your teacher know during democracy week so your class can vote for you!
Today at our school council meeting, Miss Smith asked us a very exciting question:
What do you want to learn about?
School council have a mission to go back to our own classes and ask what would everyone like to learn about during topic lessons.
We are very excited about this as it means we have the chance to change our topics to make learning more fun!
What do YOU want to learn about?
Make sure you tell your school council rep!
School council have been asked to improve Golden Time.
On Friday afternoons, we earn 45 minutes of Golden Time for following the Golden Rules. There are many clubs to choose from each week such as Computers, Quick Crafts and Library Time.
There are also clubs which we can sign up for, to last the whole half term, to develop our skills such as sewing, drawing and sketching and PE Games.
Even though we LOVE Golden Time, children have been asking for some different clubs to try so school council are going to work with Mrs Timmington to improve our Golden Time.
Watch this space!
This week, school council met with the head of the kitchen to discuss the changes each class wanted to see on the school dinner menu. We discussed healthy eating and making sure we had access to a varied, balanced diet but something that was still yummy to eat!
Watch this space for our NEW and IMPROVED menu!
Something most classes wanted back on the menu was 'pasta pot'
The head of the kitchen has agreed to put pasta pot back on the menu on
Tuesday and Thursdays!
One of the suggestions made to school council was to improve school dinners.
The school council members have asked their class to discuss things they like about school dinners and things they would like to see changed. Also, they wanted to know what other food items they would like to see on the menu.
Do you have any good ideas?
Find a school council member and let them know before next week's meeting.
After walking around the school grounds, we decided it would be a good idea to set up a new committee in school to look after the school grounds - Eco Warriors!
To start with, each class will have one school council member and another person from their class to be Eco Warriors.
The school Eco Warriors will meet up every Friday afternoon during Golden Time to discuss what needs to be done to improve our outdoor learning areas and use this time to make the changes!
We are looking forward to making our outdoor learning area fit for use!
Today, we met with Mrs Wilson to discuss how we could regenerate our outdoor provision area. We are very lucky to have an outdoor classroom area with a pond! However, this area has been neglected recently and is in desperate need of a tidy up.
We went on a walk around the school grounds and made a list of things that needed to be done in order for the area to be fit for use again.
Watch this space!