Children in need.
Children in need is next Friday, the 13th November.
This year we cannot ask people to bring things in from home, like cakes and other treats.
We are asking the children to dress up for the day and donate 50p per child (no more than £1 per family) to dress up.
This can be anything Pudsey, their pyjamas or a onesie.
We will send all of the money we raise to children in need.
Welcome to the new term.
The school council will be collecting evidence this term for our well being award.
You all have been so brilliant since we came back to school earlier this month and I know each class has been doing so much to help us all reconnect, I love the class invisible string displays.
Check back here to see what evidence we have gathered.
Please speak to your council representatives if you can think of any brilliant ideas.
Before we closed our school council were looking at ways to improve our recycling in school.
Now that we are shut for a bit if you have any ideas or pictures of you recycling at home please email them to richard .email@example.com
I will then be able to put them up here, on the school council blog.
Recycle, reuse, reduce.
Our school council are spending this term, maybe even the rest of the year looking at climate change, recycling and just how we can do our bit to change attitudes and how much waste we produce in school.
After having homework last week we mind mapped out some of our ideas.
We now give out monthly certificates for attendance.
When you get 5 certificates you get a trophy.
Here are some of the children getting their 5 month trophy.
We only have 4 more days until the end of February so if you haven’t been off this will be getting your next certificate very soon
Some members of our council attended the Knowsley climate change conference. We will be looking at what we can do in school and out of school to help the attempts to stop climate change.
The council have been hard at work each morning this week decorating our smiley faced gingerbread men to celebrate and raise awareness for the National Mental Health and Well-being week.
We hope you have enjoyed them.
The school council have interviewed the children who applied to be Reading Treasures.
After reading their application forms we set them a task of Reading out loud to us. We were so impressed that they all assed their interviews and are ALL now Reading Treasures. Well done to all the children who applied.
Our first democracy day.
Today we had our first ever democracy day.
Everyone in school should be very proud of the school council today. They explained how to vote excellently and explained the choices better than any of the adults did. So a big well done.
This picture shows the council counting the votes and they made sure EVERY VOTE counted and right.
We will be watching our attendance reward movie in the last week of term. We voted that we would be watching elf, but when I looked we can’t watch a pg film in school so we will have a vote next week to decide which Christmas film to watch. We have put the choices up, so get thinking. Also Mr Murphy will tell you some interesting news in assembly this Friday.