Two of our school councillors were delighted to cut the ribbon to open our fabulous new library.The library looks amazing and has a fabulous selection of both fiction and non -fiction books for all children in school. Everyone is really looking forward to using the library- happy reading!!!!
Cookery Unit Update
Our first Food Bank Friday was a huge success! We're extremely grateful to everyone who brought something in. Representatives from our School Council took the food to the Hospitality and Hope food bank and donated it to them. They were very thankful for the donation as you can see from this letter we have received from them.
Our next collection date will be:
FRIDAY 27th MARCH
Thank you again to everyone involved.
School Council is comprised of councillors from Y1 –Y6 elected by their classmates. They represent the views of our pupils and allow them the opportunity to be involved in all aspects of our school community.
This gives the children a voice in decision making and allows any concerns to be discussed. School Council are involved in developing procedures and routines in health and safety issues and improving areas of our school. They are also involved in local, national and international projects.
We have lots of new projects coming soon. Please look in this section for updates.
We were asked by the Royal British Legion to make poppies for Remembrance Sunday. The poppies were constructed by all year groups and made into a dress which was displayed in the window of J. Duckworth. We visited the shop to view the dress and had our photograph taken for The Shields Gazette.
We had a visitor from the Royal British Legion who lead an assembly to tell us about their work helping injured and retired service veterans. He told us the significance of the poppy wreaths and left us some to display in school. We then had a sale to raise funds across school to support their fundraising appeal.