Meet our School Council
Squirrel Class – Emmie and Luke, Otter Class – Emily and Theo, Rabbit Class – Scarlett and Mason, Badger Class – Mia N and Oliver, Muntjac Class – Mia S and Kai, Hedgehog Class – Isabelle and Thomas, Mole Class – Phoebe and Noah, Owl Class – Angel and Joel
Two pupils from each class are elected every year to the school council. They gain feedback from their fellow classmates on a wide range of topics from which charity to support to what play equipment they would like added to the playground. They meet once a month to discuss any issues that have been raised and meet regularly with Mrs. Waters to put forward their proposals.
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Welcome to our new School Council! Good luck in your new roles.
Welcome to our new School Council! We are delighted to have children from all year groups in our School Council this year.
Meet our Healthy Crew
In July 2014 two of our students along with Mrs. Paton (a Governor), some parents and Mrs. Waters started a Healthy Schools Crew. When we came back in September we expanded the crew with an extra two children from each year. We discussed what we could do to make the crew more visible in the school – starting with a poster and changing our name to the Keep Healthy Crew. We now have our own display board that we have filled with messages. The crew try to persuade people to have a healthy snack on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Also, all the healthy members receive a badge so people can recognise them. We have had visits from a nurse who has helped us understand how to keep clean and how to deal with problems such as nits and worms. We want our school to be a healthy place to be!
Keep up with the latest Healthy Crew News !
Meet our new Healthy Crew. Good luck in your new roles!
Meet our Peer Mentors
Peer Mentors have completed their training and are now qualified to help their peers and fellow school mates resolve issues.
Meet our Sports Captains
Gaby, Lauren, Alicia, Coby, Max and Connor
They have taken over the role of ‘play leaders’ and their duties will include helping to organise and run family sports competitions, develop games and activities at break times and encouraging physical activity across all year groups.