Pupil Council

Week Beginning 19.11.18 

We have collected in the suggestion boxes and discussed the ideas we found. Please continue to add your ideas to help us improve your experience in school. We would also like to remind you that ideas for the playground should go to playground mentors and not be added to the pupil council boxes.

This session we have been preparing for our assembly. Which includes discussing How good is our school and evaluating and recognising what we do well. This means how we as a school display these skills  through the teachers & students behavior. The themes are: Relationships, School community, Health & wellbeing , Success & achievements & Learning and teaching .

Thanks,

Leila & Iona

 

 

Week Beginning 12.11.18

This week we have been finishing the suggestion boxes for each stage. Hopefully we will get them handed out to each year. Once the boxes are finished we will be looking at How good is our school documents and we will be talking to you about them at an assembly later in the year. We will also be looking at the suggestions you leave us and then we have a discussion about them so that we can try to improve our school.

Thanks,

by Blair and Danyl

Week beginning  5.11.18,

This week we have been making and designing suggestion boxes for each of the stages in the school. The boxes will be made for anything in the school or in our schools curriculum that you would like to suggest ideas or changes for.Remember the things that you put in the box must be sensible and appropriate.

Thanks,

by,Leila and Alfie

Pupil Council Welcome you to tell us if there is Back

 

Welcome back to pupil council,

This term we will be coming round the classes with suggestion boxes. You can put your ideas for the school in but make sure they are sensible and appropriate, for example, we can’t build a swimming pool but we could maybe get some new playground equipment etc… we will collect them in on Fridays and go through them on our Monday sessions.

We are going to start putting a pupil council slide in assembly and talk about what we have been doing.

We will be keeping the blog updated with what we are doing each week and keep you notified.

We have lots planned for this term, we just wanted to welcome you all back.

Thank you.

From Karly, Rosie and the rest of pupil council.

 

Pupil Council April update: 

Welcome  back to pupil council,

Thank you to the people who donated shoes for shoe share. This term we are having a break time drop in session  where you can come and share your ideas with us about the school.  You can also come to talk to the members of pupil council if you are having problems in school or any worries and we will listen to what you have to say and try to give some advice.

We also have NEW playground equipment on the field like out door class room,den building poles, tires,balance beam, platform and some time soon we will get on the hill. The pupil council will be working on raising awareness in the community to help maintain the new equipment.

 

We look forward to hearing from you,

thank you,

Emily and Amber  and the rest of pupil council.

Pupil Council and Shoe Share!

The pupil council have completed their shoe share initiative. We have managed to collect 442 pairs of shoes!!

Thank you to everyone for your support and donations to this great cause. We are so pleased with how well it turned out and can’t believe how many shoes we were able to collect. The shoes were collected and weighed this week. The total weight of the shoes was 220kgs.

We have the spent the last few weeks sorting and counting the shoes. We have included some pictures of what we have been doing.


Thank you everyone for generous donations,
The Pupil council

The pupil council have been working hard to raise awareness for our Shoe Share campaign. They have been making posters, visiting and speaking to classes about this cause.
The pupil council also presented at our whole school assembly, where they were able to share all the information about the campaign.

The council has been visiting all the classes in the school each day to collect any shoe donations. They have managed to collects lots but would still love to have your support in collecting more shoes by the end of the week.
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We will be taking all the shoes collected to Clarks shoe store. From there the shoes will be donated to Unicef and reused in a variety of Countries. For each Tonne of shoes collected Clarks make a donation to Unicef, who in turn use their funded to provide children all over the world with education. So far we have collected lots….

Thanks for reading,
The Pupil Council

Welcome to the new Pupil Council Blog,

We will be the new pupil council for the year, we will also do everything we can to improve our school.This term we will be focusing on a shoe share project with Clarks and Unicef. Also we are hoping to make a drop in center for pupils in the library so that you have a time to come and talk to us.

We will keep this post updated with all our news and projects within the school.

 

Thank you for visiting,

Ryan and Lucy