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Termly updates

Summer term

This term has kept Student Council very busy! They have continued to monitor their Thought Box and will look into implementing children’s voice by using the funds they raised during the art exhibition (which was over £300!). This may help to support the installation of a bike rack next year.

To introduce Democracy week, student council delivered an assembly about Democracy in our society and also how our own Boothstown Methodist Primary Democracy week would run in school. They supported their peers during the voting day and made sure that everything ran smoothly.

At the end of the summer term they had a meeting with Miss Armfield to discuss their progress and achievements this year, as well as what they would like student council to continue working on in the next academic year.   

Thank you for all your help this year student council, you have worked hard and been a great voice for your classmates and the school.

 

Spring term 2

Student council have been regularly monitoring their Thought Box. It has been a huge success and the pupil feedback has helped to develop some great ideas to look into over the next term. They have planned and will be helping on the refreshment stall at the art exhibition to raise funds for the school.

 

Spring term 1

Student Council delivered an assembly to introduce the Thought Box. During it's first week running it has been very successful and Student Council are really happy with the amount of pupil voice they have managed to gather. They are looking into addressing some of the points raised, such as more art and sports in school and different ways to fund raise to buy things such as a bike rack and more outdoor resources for lunch and break times. 

 

Autumn term 2

Student council have planned an assembly to deliver to the school introducing their Thought Box. They are hoping to encourage pupils to voice their ideas, opinions, feelings and feedback towards all the different areas of their school experiences. They have also been developing fund raising ideas and have decided that Arthur the Boothstown Bee will soon have a home on the school field amongst lots of bee friendly flowers.

 

Autumn term 1

Student council are currently looking into two focus areas:

·         Creating a ‘thought box’ for children to voice their ideas, opinions, feelings and feedback towards all the different areas of their school experiences. This would be continuously monitored and addressed by student council on a regular basis.

·         Ways to improve lunchtimes, including looking into outdoor resources and the transition from outside into the lunch hall.

Student Council will also be working on developing a BEE FRIENDLY area to house ‘Arthur’ our Boothstown Bee who has now returned back to school. They will work alongside Eco Council to create an outdoor space with bee friendly flowers.

Student Council will be given regular meeting times with their class to feedback on their work and continue to gather pupil voice across the whole school.

Summer 2 2018

 

School Council did a fantastic job of organising Democracy Week in school this week. This started with them leading an assembly on Monday, introducing the idea of a democracy and the right to vote and concluding with our election day today! Our ICT suite was transformed into a Voting Booth and each class took turns to come and vote for their elected class members for each of the three councils: School, Sports and Worship. 

An excellent job School Council, well done!

 

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Summer 1 2018

 

A very successful half term! We organised our School Fun Run, which took place on the school field on the last Friday of the half term. EVERY child in school was involved, from Nursery up to Y6. During the course of the day, children took part in the sponsored run which involved them overcoming obstacles such as, travelling through tunnels, over hurdles, through nets and even being squirted with water by our teachers! 

We were sponsored to complete this event and the money raised will be put into our school fund to pay for our new school website. 

Well done to all our competitors, it was lovely to see such teamwork and encouragement taking place! 

Spring 2 2018

During the half termly meeting with Miss Armfield, we discussed the difficulty children are having with the taps in the junior toilets and proposed purchasing taps which are easier to turn on and off. 

We also asked if it was possible to purchase a bike rack to enable more children to ride to school on their bikes and scooters and be able to leave them in a safe and secure place. 

Both of these suggestions are being looked into. 

 

We also discussed our fundraising idea of a School Fun Run in order to increase our school funds. We will be discussing this idea further in our meetings together.  

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