School Council have recently interviewed a parent governor Mrs Booth in their assembly ‘Who helps me in school?’ The children found out all about her role as a governor and how this enables her to her own child Seth at school. Here are some pictures of her carrying out her role around school.
Recently, School Council held a fundraising day in memory of the staff member Jacqui Yates who recently passed away. They decided to raise money for Wakefield Hospice who cared for her in her final weeks of her life. Her husband Wayne was overwhelmed with the amount of people who came out on the day to show their support. We managed to raise a fantastic £450 for the hospice! Thank you for all your continued support.
This week, School Council members have been busy preparing for our Red Nose Day fundraising next week. One of their exciting preparations included making the chests for the Red Nose Hunt! School Council are really pleased that lots of children throughout school have already purchased a Red Nose ready for the event. Remember to buy your Red Nose before Wednesday 22nd March to take part!
School Council are busy preparing interview questions to help their peers to find out about a staff member’s roles and responsibilities. Here are some of the questions they came up with.
Can you guess who is going to be in the limelight next time?
This term, School Council are working incredibly hard to create a new school lunch menu. The members listened to the pupil voice and decided that a change was needed! They have been studying other school’s lunch menus as well as asking their peers around school what new dishes they would like to see. We will update you when the new menu is finalised!
School Council would like to say a massive thank you to everyone who supported our Children in Need event. The bake sale and Spotty Twister Challenge were a great success! They allowed us to raise a brilliant £375!
School Council are excited to announce that they will be holding a fundraising event to raise money for the charity ‘Children in Need’. To raise money, School Council will be holding a spotty themed non-uniform day, spotty bake sale and spotty twister challenge. This event will be held on Friday 18th November. We hope you will get involved to help us!
It’s that time of year again when the School Council members select a member of staff to interview to find out more about their role in school. This term, the members have chosen to find out about a Teaching Assistant. They decided to find out about Mrs Beaumont! Here she is being interviewed in their assembly.