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School Council Members

Class names

Name of representative

Name of representatives

Woodpecker Benjamin Isabelle
Flamingo Harry  Chloe
Penguin Amy Olivia
Eagle Rhys Isabella 

 

News

Well done to all the children who took part in the Harvest Festival competition. The school council thoroughly enjoyed judging the competition despite it being a hard decsion. The winner of the competition is invited to take their scarcrow to the Pink Pig farm in Scunthorpe to represent our school. If we win the whole school could recieve a free pass!! Fingers crossed.

May we kindly ask that all scarecrow are taken home for half term. Our caretaker will be outside of school on Thursday 19th October to help untie them.

Monthly Overview.

September

  • The school council were appointed and welcomed into their new roles.
  • Children led a collective worship to explain their roles and vision for the new academic year.
  • Children helped choose the chosen charity for our Harvest food boxes.
  • The council have been asked to choose some new playground equipment. Children will be using the money raised during the Summer term in our sports and reading afternoon.
  • A scarecrow competition was organised. Children wrote a letter to parents inviting families/individuals to create a traditional, orginal, large or small scarecrow.Image result for scarcrowOctober
  • The scarecrow competition has been judged, winner have been announced and prizes awarded.
  • The school has entered the 'Pink Pig Farm ' scarecrow competition. The winner of our school competition hs been invited to take their scarecrow to represent the school. If we win the whole school could possibly recieve a free pass.

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November

  • The school council have met up a couple of times already this month and they have been thinking really hard about what to do for their next exciting project.
  • Letters have been sent out inviting parents/children/staff and governors to take part in our very own 'Wrawby Christmas bake off'.
  • The competition will take place on Monday 4th December. There will be 3 categories cakes, biscuits and cup cakes. The school council and Mrs Potterton will judge the competition.
  • Winners will be announced at the end of the school day on Monday 4th Decemeber at 3:30pm in the school hall. This will be followed by a cake sale. All procedes will go towards the school fund.

December

  • Well done to the winners of the cake, biscuit and cup cake competition this month. The entries were all amazing and the children had clearly been very busy.Image may contain: table, dessert, food and indoor
  • The school council would like to say a big thank you to all the children and parents alike who supported this event. We raised £73 for the school fund.

January 2018

  • The school council have ordered the new playground equipment.
  • The school council have discussed a new idea to replace the Easter Bonnet parade details to be confirmed with Mrs Potterton.
  • Plans to carry out a school dinner questionnaire have been discussed.
  • February 2018
  • The school council have been busy choosing questions they would like to ask their class in order to gain the children's views on school dinners.
  • The children have typed up the questions ready for each class rep to ask their class and then feedback at the next meeting.
  • The school council plan to meet with Mrs Potterton in March to feeddback the results and discuss indepth school dinners.
  • The new playground equipment has arrived and children have enjoyed playing new games.
  • The school council have been really impressed with how well the new equipment has been looked after so far. Keep it up Wrawby!
  • March 2018
  • The class reps have all had time to ask thier class their view on school dinners. Discussing the things they like/dislike and how dinners can be improved.
  • The school council have looked at each classes results and started to write their report to Mrs Potterton ready to meet with her later this month.
  • The school council have organised a 'Lego Easter Garden Competition'. All children in the school have been invited to enter. Children must complete their design in a show box and bring entries to school no later than Monday 26th March.
  • The entry fee for the competition is £1 and should be attached to the box with the entry form.
  • Winners will be announced on Wed 28th March. There will be a prize for the winners of KS1 and KS2. All money raised will go towards the school fund.
  • The school council are very eggcited and look forward to seeing the entries!
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