In partnership with
In partnership with

Pupil Voice

School Council

School council gives children the opportunity to make their voices heard and play a key role in the whole school community. School councillors require certain skills such as the ability to be a good listener and to be a good role model. School council helps children to develop further skills while reinforcing those they already have and gives them the sense of responsibility and achievement.

Our school council do a fantastic job. The School Council recently carried out a survey to find out how monies raised from the summer fete could be utilised in school. Pupil Voice minutes are displayed on the Pupil Voice notice board in the main reception area.

Stephen Lawrence Day

On Friday 21st April we marked Stephen Lawrence Day .As well as a special assembly led by the Junior Curriculum Team, we learned about Stephen's life and the work of Baroness Doreen Lawrence, his mother, to try and create a fairer world.  We thought about the values of diversity, equality and justice and what we can do show in these in our own lives and community.