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Spring 2 Meeting

The school council met to discuss the different ways children could break the rules in our school break the rules day.  Following consultation with their classes, they decided:

- a non-uniform day

- children could choose which lessons they had

- children could teach the class (and teacher)

- house captains could take the celebration assembly

- longer break and lunchtimes

- a disco at the end of the day

- an opportunity to throw sponges or buckets of water at Mr Brown.

 

Our 'break the rules' day raising over £1300 which means the school can purchase a new climbing wall for the playground and a reading vending machine.

Spring 1 meeting

School council met with Mr Brown to continue to look at ways in which we can improve the way in which we recycle. Following the
meeting, a group of children looked at ways we could recycle as a school to make money.  School council will be setting up opportunities for our school to recycle a range of different objects.

One of our school council aims was to ensure that the school becomes more eco-friendly. This term we received our new solar panels!

Autumn 2

On Tuesday, the school council met to discuss ways to make our school more eco-friendly.  The most popular themes ideas were:

  • Create an eco-monitor for each class
  • Add more opportunities to recycle around the school e.g. specific bins, batteries, crisps, cartridges
  • Create more opportunities to grow more food within school
  • Purchase a composter
  • Litter pick opportunities

The School council will work at implementing these over this school year.

Autumn 1 Meeting

School council members spoke to their classes and brought a range of ideas to our half termly meeting.  We drew out a map of the playground and discussed everyone's ideas.  We are aiming for playtimes to look different after half term with rotas for football, ball zones, clubs led by Roselands REPS and quiet areas - hopefully something for everyone.

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