Our School Council is run by a support team including: Miss L. Jones, Mrs Singleton and Mrs Smith. They work with representatives from each year group to improve our school, using the children's ideas.
Our Representatives 2016 - 2017
Year 6: Amelia & Josh
Year 5: Lucy & Teddy
Year 4: Millie & Daniel
Year 3: Oscar & Isabella
Year 2: Edward & Phoebe
Year 1 representatives: Holly & Will (Year 6)
Reception & Nursery representatives: Erin & Charlie (Year 6)
Our Vision Statement
Our School Council represents and values everyone’s ideas and works together as a team for the good of our school.
The School Council decided it would be a great idea to have a school mascot. As a result, each class voted for their favourite name for our new, very wise and cuddly owl. The owl is now named Snowy.
How Can You Talk To Us And Keep Up To Date?
- Simply post a note into our ‘Drop Box’ with your ideas or things you want to change about the school. (It’s in the School entrance hall).
- Chat to ANY of the School Council representatives during the day: come and find us!
- Speak to ANY of the School Council support team.
- Check the School Council notice board for the latest news. (It’s in the hall).
- Check our web page. (Oops.....You’re doing that already!)
- Look out for posters around school.
- Watch out for information in the School newsletter.
School Council Prayer
Thank you for choosing us to represent our class mates and our school. Please help us to do a good job in all that we do. Thank you to all our school friends and all our teachers who support us.
Save Our Library! - October 2016
Children from school, including members of the School Council. demonstrated outside Stockton Heath Library in a bid to keep it open for our use. The School Council compiled a list of the reasons why we think our library should remain open.
Children In Need - November 2016
We arranged a dress down day to help raise money for Children In Need. We came to school dressed in polka dots and spots, having advertised the event around school by creating posters. We managed to raise £207.33 - well done everyone!
WISE UP! School Awards - December 2016
The WISE UP! School Awards aims to celebrate the excellent work that Warrington Schools are doing to tackle bullying and hate crime. It is supported by Cheshire Constabulary. Having spoken to our classes, we completed a questionnaire detailing the work we do around school to make sure that our school is a happy, safe and friendly environment to learn in.
In January, we were informed that we had achieved a silver award for our efforts. Some councillors attended the awards evening in February, where we were presented with our award by the Mayor of Warrington.
Film Night - February 2017
Before February half-term, the PTFA kindly organised a film night for the whole school. We co-ordinated a vote to decide which film was shown on the night. We compiled a short-list of five films and then each child in school was asked to vote for their favourite. The winning film was Trolls. Everyone had a great time!
Red Nose Day - March 2017
We arranged a dress down day to raise money for this worthwhile charity. Children came to school dressed in something red and made a donation. We sold Red Noses during lunchtimes leading up to the day. They proved to be very popular as we sold out in 2 days! We managed to raise over £180. Well done everyone!
The Real Easter Egg - March 2017
As part of FairTrade Fortnight, we took part in a competition supporting a local Lymm business where we invited children to design an Easter egg wrapper. It had to show what happened on Easter Sunday according to the Bible to help spread the Easter story.
David Mowat Visit - March 2017
On Friday 31st March, the Conservative MP for Warrington South, David Mowat, had a tour of our school and then took part in a Question and Answer session with Year 6. He shared his experiences of being a Minister in The Houses of Parliament.