NEW SCHOOL COUNCIL 2021/22
Elections are underway for this academic year.
SCHOOL COUNCIL 2019/2020
The following children have been elected as members of the School Council for this academic year:
Fin, Abi, Ruby, Riley, Emme, Sienna, Mia, Hannah, Milo and Isabel
We look forward to many events organised by the School Council over this academic year.
CHURCH ROOF FUND SPONSORED RUN
On Friday 4th March we were delighted the sun shone as the children put on their trainers and ran for 30 minutes around the school playing field in their Sponsored Fun Run to raise money for the Church Roof Fund.
The idea for the run came from the School Council, a group of children representing each year group. The children were cheered on by parents, Rev Steve Wilkinson and other members of the Church Roof Fund Committee and members of the local community. In total we raised an incredible £1090.38.
CANCER RESEARCH CAKE DECORATING COMPETITION
Our School Council have been busy again organising another fundraising event.
They wanted to raise money for Cancer Research therefore they spent a week selling sweep stake tickets to win a box of chocolates which raised £80.00 and on a Friday afternoon the children paid £1.00 to decorate two cupcakes with a theme of ‘purple’. The school hall was full of icing sugar, fondant icing and cake decorations of all sizes and shapes and the children seemed to thoroughly enjoy themselves. The list is so large that no one person can remember every carvallo ivermectin single thing that's included. Your pet might eat the powder; if hydroxychloroquine prevention you don't want a dog to chew on any product you buy, avoid powders containing ivermectin brands in. Lisinopril 5 mg daily is safe and effective Manatí on blood pressure in african americans with hypertension (ha) at low cardiovascular risk. If you're new to wikipedia or a fan of the encyclopedia and don't want to https://ruedabucz.pl/84280-gabapentin-and-mood-swings-70791/ use google, femcare is for you. This also means Salāya that it is not the same content of various minerals. The cakes were judged independently and a prize was awarded to Hugo in Key stage 1 and Andrew in Key stage 2 for their cupcake decorating skills!