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School Council

In our meeting this week, the roles and responsibilities were announced and we gave our congratulations to Bertie, who is our head councillor and Betsy, who is our deputy head councillor! Well done to the two of them!

 

As representatives, we were told that we need to organise a meeting in class to remind our peers about the Plasticity logo competition that is due in on Monday 8th November if they wish to enter. We also need to discuss what our wishes for the school are so that as a collective group we can begin to plan our projects to focus on over the academic year.

Head and Deputy Councillors

10th November 2021  

In our meeting this week, the roles and responsibilities were announced and we gave our congratulations to Bertie, who is our head councillor and Betsy, who is our deputy head councillor! Well done to the two of them!

 

As representatives, we were told that we need to organise a meeting in class to remind our peers about the Plasticity logo competition that is due in on Monday 8th November if they wish to enter. We also need to discuss what our wishes for the school are so that as a collective group we can begin to plan our projects to focus on over the academic year.

Plasticity Competition

October 2021

 

This week, we listened to the year 5 and year 6 speeches for head and deputy head councillor. Then, we voted for who we thought would do the best job for the year (we did not share our votes).

 

We also talked about Plasticity, a company working to reuse and reduce plastic waste in Southend schools and businesses, and found out about a logo design competition. We were told to share with our classes and made sure that they know the deadline for their logo design is the 8th November.

                                                      

 

School Council had their first meeting last Wednesday and it was so lovely to welcome all of our representatives in one space! They have hit the ground running with their attempt to make our school a better place and already begun our new composting initiative that was brought up last year. Compost buckets can now be found on our KS2 playground for pupils to dispose of their fruit peels, cores and other natural food waste from their break time snacks before being composted in our school garden! This will be extended to the KS1 playground with a bin appearing to collect their fruit and veg rubbish in the coming months!

 

 

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