School Councillors 2019-2020
This year, we had a record number of children standing for election - 93! - which is over half of all those eligible to be elected. It was a closely run contest and we are delighted to announce our new Councillors.
Talent Show 2019
Our annual Talent Show was, once again, a great success and we were very impressed with the standard and variety of acts including singing and dancing, music, comedy, magic, drawing and gymnastics. School Council, along with a variety of adults in school judged the competition and we are delighted to announce the results;
Key Stage 1 Winners - Ellie-May and Katherine in Year 3 - Dancing and singing
Key Stage 1 Runners Up - Beril and Amari in Year 2 - Dancing and gymnastics
Key Satge 2 Winners - Eray, Carmen, Brazil and Olivia in Year 6 - Dancing
Key Stage 2 Runner Up - Emma in Year 4 Tap Dancing
We would also like to thank Woody and Bhavia in Year 6 who hosted the afternoon and introduced the act. They kept us very well entertained and prepared and wrote their own scripts!
Following our christmas dinner, the whole school enjoyed our annual Quizmas event. In our school council groups, we took part in a range of activities and games.
Contestants from each group were invited to sample some interesting concoctions of food whilst blindfolded to see if they can guess the ingredients...pasta and custard proved quite popular! There was a construction task whereby groups had to produce the tallest structure made only of straws and newspaper, along with the popular guess the adult photograph task and many others. We had a great afternoon.
The winning group was: Red Group
We are excited to announce that our School Council representatives for the academic year 2018-2019 have now been confirmed:
November 2018 - Election Day
We held our School Council elections and as always, we were very proud of the many children who took part and gave a small campaign speech to their group. Every child and adult was invited to vote for one candidate from Yr 1,2 or 3 and one candidate from yr4, 5 or 6. The scores were very close and we are delighted to say that every child received at least one vote.