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06.02.24- Today the School Council met up with our school cook to discuss meal options and potential theme days for the future. There were many brilliant ideas we especially liked the food from different cultures idea and PUB GRUB!

School Council Meeting 5- 01.02.24

School Council meeting 4- 11.01.2024

School Council Meeting 3

Modeshift Stars

15.11.23 Thank you to the year 4 pupils who are running the Children in Need shop at Lunchtimes this week!

Tree Planting with KindleWoods CIC 08.11.23

School Council Poppy Appeal Shop

School Council Meeting 2 - 06.11.23

School Council Meeting 1- 13.10.23

Dixon's visit- Our last outing as School Council 22-23 Thank you to all the Councillors for their hard work this year!

School Council visit Berry Brow Infants 27.06.23

14.06.23

 

Thank you to Max, Eva, Hana, Ibti, Divine and Erica for showing around the Berry Brow year 2 children this afternoon. They did a splendid job of leading groups of children for a tour of school! laugh

Mojgan's visit to Newsome Junior School

25.04.2023

Dexter, Ciaran and Ibti were lucky enough to accompany Miss Humphries to visit Slaithwaite CE this week to deliver some stories. They had a marvellous tour of the school and met the schools resident dog, Chester!

Visit to Slaithwaite

31.03.23

Today we opened a very special box given to us by Mojgan. We read her story together, along with some parents/carers and collated some curiosity questions. We are very excited for the Summer term when Mojgan will be coming to visit us in school! We will also be putting our drama skills to the test and acting out her story later in the year. 

Thank you to the families who joined us today, as always your support is greatly appreciated!

Carry My Story Box Opening!

22.02.23 BOOK SALE

17.1.23/19.1.23 Carry My Story Events

11.1.23

HAPPY NEW YEAR! Today we had our first School Council meeting of 2023. We shared lots of exciting ideas for the coming term. We will keep you posted of developments on the blog smiley

13.12.22 A big thank-you to Maya.S and Summer who stayed behind last night to help at the year 5 performance on the chocolate tombola!

12.12.2022 Assembly sharing Teddy's Story

Christmas Elves for the morning! 21.11.22

15.11.22

 

As part of the Carry My Story Project we have been looking at our own identities and what makes us, us! Children were encouraged to bring in something that was personal to them and we created a safe space to talk about these items. Children then went on to write some AMAZING poems, I will share these when we have written them up in best!

Let's hear our School Council members story's 15.11.22

10.11.22

Miss Humphries would like to say a HUGE thank you to the School Councillors that stayed behind after school yesterday for the Open Evening, the families who attended commented on how helpful and informative you were! smiley 

Packing up the Food Bank Donations!

Update December 2021

1.12.21 School Council completed planting of bulbs and plants in the top playground flower bed last week.

We planted some plants which bees love, pls some which have berries and pretty leaves and flowers.

In the ground we added daffodil, tulip and grape hyacinth bulbs which (fingers crossed) will flower in late February and early March

 

 

November 2021

We welcomed some new school councillors from Year 3:

From 3EM: 

Enya McDermott

Mustapha Barry

Deputy - Ishmael Matala

 

From 3KH:

Aveen Assad

Jae Tierman

Gracie Langstaff

Update September 2021

 

We have now made our donations to three charities using money raised at the bun sale.

These charities were:

The Welcome Centre

The Forget me Not Children's Hospice

The Yorkshire Children's Centre

 

We have also ordered a variety of new play and sports equipment for playtimes which will be arriving later this week!

Children had been keen to have a fun event to raise money for school and a charity so a Pyjama day and bun sale was organised for Friday 9th July.

This was such a happy day for all the classes. School councillors for each class organised a cake stall at break time, and lots of children from classes bought in and made cakes to sell.

 

The day raised £392.63.  Wow!

School Council have decided to give £180 to 3 local charities. The Forget Me Not Children's Hospice, The Welcome Centre Food Bank and the Yorkshire Children's Centre. 

The remaining money will be spent here in school to buy equipment for children in class and at playtimes.

Chewbacca homemade biscuits!

Cake stall and seller ready for action!

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