Ward Jackson Church of England Primary School

"All smiles returned"

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School Council

Our School Council is made up of two representatives from each class who work alongside Mrs Hilder. 

A place for outdoor reflection


The play shed has became a cosy place for reflection
for children to use during outdoor play. School Council
chose some comfy outdoor cousins and colourful
bunting to decorate the shed and take turns to take
out a selection of books for people to read if they
would like some quiet time. We are hoping to further
develop this place of calm outside with plans for fairy
lights and wind chimes.

School Disco - 22nd November

Everyone had a great time at our school disco. A huge thank you to the PTA for organising a brilliant party! 

School Council Forum - 31st October

Well done to Danny and Natalia who represented our school at the school council forum meeting at Stranton School on Tuesday 31st October 2017. Danny and Natalia took part in a consultation from the ambulance service regarding an activity booklet they plan to give to children when attending a medical emergency involving their carer. They both gave constructive feedback and represented our school very well.

School Council Forum - 6th February


Well done to Layla Dixon who represented our
school on Tuesday 6th February at a School Council
forum meeting held at St Cuthbert’s School.
During the meeting Layla fed back details of our
projects to other school councillors from schools in
our locality.
She also gave ideas for the annual School Council
conference to be held in June 2018.

Onesie Day - 17th November 

We raised a fantastic £61.00 for Children in Need. Thank you to everyone who took part.

 

Macmillan Coffee Morning - 16 September

Thank you to everyone who supported our
Macmillan Coffee Morning last week. With
your help, we raised a fantastic £168.00.

Christmas Fayre - 5th December

Thank you to everyone who joined us at our Christmas Fayre.

Thanks to your generosity we made a whopping £380. This money will be spent on some exciting treats for the children. 

Anti-Bullying Week - 13th November 

We have been talking about acts of kindness as part of Anti Bullying week.

During lunchtimes children have been making a     kindness paper chain with details of how they can be kind and acts of kindness others have shown them.  The children thought  really hard about what they can do to show kindness and have been putting their words into action this week. Well done everyone.

 

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