School Council November 2019

Today the school council met up and we designed our own Children in Need posters to display in school to promote and encourage everyone to wear spots next Friday and to donate a pound to raise funds for children who may need some extra money.

We also talked about’ What is bullying?’ as it is anti-bullying week next week. The students discussed what they thought bullying was and how we can stop it from happening. Adam said ‘bullying is when something makes someone sad’. Suha said ‘we all need to be kind to each other’.

We discussed Takeover Week. This is a week when students take over a role of the staff in school. The students chose what role they would like to do.
Every role will be covered, so a student will take over the role of the head teacher as well as other roles. The students are really excited about this.

We discussed what Christmas stalls we were having in school for our Christmas fair. Some students said their class have started making things to sell already.

Students finally discussed issues in school mainly the outdoor play area.
We all would like more equipment in the playgrounds and outdoor areas. In our previous meeting Rik our head teacher explained this is something he will be looking at in the future.

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