School Council 2017 – 2018
Children are at the heart of our school community. As a school we value the thoughts, ideas and opinions of all our children and the School Council is one way of ensuring the voice of the children is heard and has an impact on the development of the school.
The school council members this year are:
Head Boy; Kian Cornwell
Head Girl; Anna Morgan
Deputy Head Boy; Oliver Bradshaw
Deputy Head Girl; Amy Green
Ebony Wilde, Lily Shirley, Sophie Dale
Liam Jones, Jasmine Clubbe, Gracey Gannon
Honey Bratt, Holly Cliffe, Bella Varley
Neve Fox, Lily Halliwell, Darcy Yoxall
Youssef Ahmed, Maisie Boodell, Isabella Wright
The School council have been very busy already this year. They have created a development plan with their aims for the year on it.
Their top priority is enhancing the playground with painted playground games.
Events So Far;
Congratulations we raised £575.00 for Children in Need on Friday 17th November 2017
We had a great time on Friday 29th September, when we sold lots of delicious cakes to raise money for Macmillan Caner Support. We raised the grand total of….
What a fantastic achievement.
Visit the Gallery to see some of the cakes as well as some of those enjoying them!!
In addition, the shoes that the children have donated are currently in the container and on their way to Mexico!
Congratulations to all our super council members this year who raised the grand total of…
What a superb achievement.
The children in this years school council group are really pro-active and work positively together in a team. There is a real sense of team spirit and a desire to achieve the best for our school.
The children are always coming up with new initiatives and this year have set themselves a target to raise £5000 for charity.
So far they have raised;
The charities they are raising the money for are; (click on the logos to go to the charity website)
St. Luke’s Hospice
Save the Children
World Food Programme
Children in Need
Cumbrian Community Foundation
02.03.17 World Book Day
The children will be having a book sale of second hand books. The money raised is going to the Donna Louise Children’s Hospice.
21.03.17 Downs Syndrome Day
The children sold sock shaped biscuits
24.03.17 Red Nose Day
The children are also:
Buying Eco-Friendly bins for the playground.
Planning new designs for our new playground
Visiting another school council in a local school.
School Council visit to the Houses of Parliament 20th October 2016[/one_half]