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2022 - 2023

 

Our school council reps meet with Mrs Stewart to discuss issues of concern to them and the wider school community. 

Our focus for the Autumn Term is around behaviour. We are looking at

  • playtimes and how to improve them
  • rewards and sanction - what works and what doesn't?
  • our school values in action

Actions so far:

  • We have decided that playtimes could be improved in school, so we have asked children, staff and parents to complete online surveys initially to help us decide what needs to change. We are also going to work with OPAL to help us make playtimes more interesting with lots of different choices. The school council will play an important role in developing playtimes this year.
  • We have asked children in classes about the rewards and sanctions that work well and motivate our children to be the best they can be. We will then look at our behaviour systems to see what we might want to change.
  • The School Council asked that we take part in Anti-Bullying Week on the w/b 14th November with a theme of 'Reach Out.' We started the week with Odd Socks Day to emphasise the fact that we are all individuals and are each unique in our own way and that is a good thing! We celebrate being different. Across the week, classes will be learning about being good friends, understanding what bullying is and what we can do to stop it. Our message is to reach out to friends, staff and our families if we need help.

 

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Our School Council Archive  Click the link to the left to see what our wonderful school council have done in past years.

 

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2022 - 2023

 

Our school council reps meet with Mrs Stewart to discuss issues of concern to them and the wider school community. 

Our focus for the Autumn Term is around behaviour. We are looking at

  • playtimes and how to improve them
  • rewards and sanction - what works and what doesn't?
  • our school values in action

Actions so far:

  • We have decided that playtimes could be improved in school, so we have asked children, staff and parents to complete online surveys initially to help us decide what needs to change. We are also going to work with OPAL to help us make playtimes more interesting with lots of different choices. The school council will play an important role in developing playtimes this year.
  • We have asked children in classes about the rewards and sanctions that work well and motivate our children to be the best they can be. We will then look at our behaviour systems to see what we might want to change.
  • The School Council asked that we take part in Anti-Bullying Week on the w/b 14th November with a theme of 'Reach Out.' We started the week with Odd Socks Day to emphasise the fact that we are all individuals and are each unique in our own way and that is a good thing! We celebrate being different. Across the week, classes will be learning about being good friends, understanding what bullying is and what we can do to stop it. Our message is to reach out to friends, staff and our families if we need help.

 

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Our School Council Archive  Click the link to the left to see what our wonderful school council have done in past years.

 

image

2022 - 2023

 

Our school council reps meet with Mrs Stewart to discuss issues of concern to them and the wider school community. 

Our focus for the Autumn Term is around behaviour. We are looking at

  • playtimes and how to improve them
  • rewards and sanction - what works and what doesn't?
  • our school values in action

Actions so far:

  • We have decided that playtimes could be improved in school, so we have asked children, staff and parents to complete online surveys initially to help us decide what needs to change. We are also going to work with OPAL to help us make playtimes more interesting with lots of different choices. The school council will play an important role in developing playtimes this year.
  • We have asked children in classes about the rewards and sanctions that work well and motivate our children to be the best they can be. We will then look at our behaviour systems to see what we might want to change.
  • The School Council asked that we take part in Anti-Bullying Week on the w/b 14th November with a theme of 'Reach Out.' We started the week with Odd Socks Day to emphasise the fact that we are all individuals and are each unique in our own way and that is a good thing! We celebrate being different. Across the week, classes will be learning about being good friends, understanding what bullying is and what we can do to stop it. Our message is to reach out to friends, staff and our families if we need help.

 

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Our School Council Archive  Click the link to the left to see what our wonderful school council have done in past years.

 

image

2022 - 2023

 

Our school council reps meet with Mrs Stewart to discuss issues of concern to them and the wider school community. 

Our focus for the Autumn Term is around behaviour. We are looking at

  • playtimes and how to improve them
  • rewards and sanction - what works and what doesn't?
  • our school values in action

Actions so far:

  • We have decided that playtimes could be improved in school, so we have asked children, staff and parents to complete online surveys initially to help us decide what needs to change. We are also going to work with OPAL to help us make playtimes more interesting with lots of different choices. The school council will play an important role in developing playtimes this year.
  • We have asked children in classes about the rewards and sanctions that work well and motivate our children to be the best they can be. We will then look at our behaviour systems to see what we might want to change.
  • The School Council asked that we take part in Anti-Bullying Week on the w/b 14th November with a theme of 'Reach Out.' We started the week with Odd Socks Day to emphasise the fact that we are all individuals and are each unique in our own way and that is a good thing! We celebrate being different. Across the week, classes will be learning about being good friends, understanding what bullying is and what we can do to stop it. Our message is to reach out to friends, staff and our families if we need help.

 

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Our School Council Archive  Click the link to the left to see what our wonderful school council have done in past years.