Welcome to Calm club!
The new school council members that have been elected have taken on the responsibility as new anti-bullying ambassadors!
We have developed a club for children with worries. This club allows children a safe space to speak about their worries. There are activities such as mindfulness and meditation to help children get away from the stresses of the world.
School council fundraising 2019
This year we have raised £146.00 for children in need. Children were allowed to bring in their favourite cuddly toy for the day. We also raised £124.48 for Save the children charity through Christmas jumper day.
School Council election 2019
This year the school council wanted to elect new members that would become responsible for anti-bullying in school. The new anti-bullying ambassadors would work together to create a safe environment in which bullying is not tolerated. Below are the successful candidates.
Summer festival 2019
The school council helped to run several stalls at our summer festival. They were a credit to the school and all had a buzzing time!
Spring festival 2019
The school council organised and ran the Easter egg hunt for our Spring festival. What an egg-celent day it was!
School council election 2018
Following a mock election in school, the new school council have been elected. We have lots of plans this year so watch this space!
Easter bake sale 2018
The school council held a bake sale to raise money for future projects. Parent and adults were asked to donate cakes for the school council to sell. We then sold the cakes for 20p. Lots of donations were sent in and the we had a hectic two days selling them. Amazingly, we managed to raise over £90. Watch this space to see how we invest this money back into school.
This year for Children In Need we joined Pudsey in wearing spotty dotty clothes. Some children even wore spots from top to bottom - face to socks! Even the staff joined in with Pudsey ears and spotty jumpers. We raised an amazing £133.35! Great effort everyone!
On Friday 15th December all children and staff came to school either dressed in their finest Christmas Jumpers or wearing green and red clothes. We all looked fantastic as you can see from the photographs and we raised £105 for Save the Children. Well done to everyone who took part!