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September - October 2016

We have had a great start to the year and we are already busy planning some special events! We have arranged our selves into comities so as soon as we get to school council we always have something to do for example updating this blog. In October, some children went to Campmount to have special Anti-bullying Ambassador training run by the Diana Award. On the day, we got to a big desk with a pen, pad and pencil; two people introduced themselves and told us about the lessons that we were going to have. We did introducing games in a big hall. After that, half us played a game with a parachute(introducing) and the other half went into a room to learn the rights or wrongs for bullying. We had lunch and watched a 20 minute video of how much bullying affects people. Paul split the schools into a whole group of our school and we discussed what we would do to make the school a better place. 

 

 

November- planning Anti-bullying week: 

We have been very busy for task to organise Anti-bullying Week this half term. We have developed power points and lesson plans for class teachers to teach their students about anti- bullying. Their will be lots of interesting lessons that will tort like creating comic strips about Anti-bullying heroes and created a Anti-bullying superhero themes.

Updated 9-11-16

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Day

Name of club & Activities

Time and Place

Which children/ year groups

Adult(s) & Clubs in charge

Wednesday

School Council

Every alternate Wednesday 3.40pm to 4.45pm

Children who are school council members

Miss Boyd

Our school council is made up of two pupils from each class who are elected to represent the views of all pupils and to improve their school. Every fortnight, the council members meet to discuss many different aspects of school life and have a big say in how the school is run.

If you feel this would be something you would like to be involved in, then speak to Miss Boyd (in Year 3) and remember you need to have your speech ready to put yourself forward for the next election.

Check out CBBC Newsround website to find out more about being in a school council:

 

 

 

 

 

 

http://news.bbc.co.uk/cbbcnews/hi/find_out/guides/uk/school_councils/newsid_3043000/3043237.stm