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Your new Pupil Council reps would like to say hello and welcome you to your new school year.

We have already been working hard and meeting to discuss your ideas and suggestions and will be sharing these regularly with you in class council meetings.

Firstly, we would like to share with you our aims and objectives for this new school year;

  • To improve the school environment through work with the Eco-Team.
  • To support all 'leaders' in classes, for example,Eco Leaders,Learning Leaders,Library Leaders.
  • To think of new and exciting projects and ways to learn which will engage all learners.
  • Encourage all pupils to make suggestions and come up with ideas to ensure that all the children have a voice.
  • To promote Pupil Council around the school.
  • To share ideas for promoting our school values and to support everyone to SPARKLE.
  • To share important messages and ideas in assemblies and meetings.
  • To consider resources which could be bought to help learning across the school but think about these carefully, with consideration of cost and budgets.

We look forward to letting you know about all the work we are doing and updating our website page as often as we can!

Pupil Council Members 2016 - 2017

Pupil Council Members 2016 - 2017 1 Sinead - Yr 1
Pupil Council Members 2016 - 2017 2 Joshua - Yr 1
Pupil Council Members 2016 - 2017 3 Morgan - Yr 2
Pupil Council Members 2016 - 2017 4 Robert - Yr 2
Pupil Council Members 2016 - 2017 5 Nathan - Yr 3
Pupil Council Members 2016 - 2017 6 Jessica - Yr 3
Pupil Council Members 2016 - 2017 7 Salah - Yr 4
Pupil Council Members 2016 - 2017 8 Agata - Yr 4
Pupil Council Members 2016 - 2017 9 Adam - Yr 5
Pupil Council Members 2016 - 2017 10 Taylor - Yr 5
Pupil Council Members 2016 - 2017 11 Courtney - Yr 6
Pupil Council Members 2016 - 2017 12 Jamie - Yr 6

On Friday the 9th June, Year 4, 5 and 6 pupil council members, alongside Mrs McKenna, attended the summer session of Primary Parliament.

The topic was 'healthy, creative you'. The first  activity was a nature watch at Nottingham Castle, where we looked at the surrounding nature in the grounds, we drew pictures and looked through microscopes at things we had found.

After arriving back at the Council House we created puppets out of socks and made a drama in groups about a summer activity programme of our choice.

At lunchtime, we had a surprise visitor from a huge dinosaur, which had come from the: Dinosaurs of China Exhibition.

Finally, after lunch, we went into the Council chambers(our favourite activity) where we met a Nottingham City Councillor with whom we discussed how we could make our school environmentally friendly and how we could achieve this.

We learnt lots and had a really great day.  

Summer Term 2017 Primary Parliament

Pupil Council Report from Primary Parliament

Friday 10 March 2017

 

On Friday 10 March 2017, Year 5 and 6 pupil council representatives went to the Primary Parliament Spring Session at the Nottingham Council House.

 

The theme was safe lives, positive communities and Smart City.

 

First, we went into the Market Square on a treasure hunt to find certain information about buildings and how Smart Technology is used around our City.

 

After returning to the Council House we got into groups and discussed how Smart Technology keeps us safe in Nottingham. We then had a packed lunch and talked to pupils from other schools.

 

Finally, we went into the Council Chambers to have a question time with Councillor Mellen. We discussed ideas with him concerning how we could make Nottingham safer. He wrote down our ideas so that he could take them away to look into.

 

We all had a fun and interesting time and met lots of great people.

 

Adam, Taylor, Courtney & Jamie

Mrs McKenna

 

Primary Parliament visit spring 2017

Pupil Council visit to Primary Parliament with Mrs McKenna Autumn 2016

 

 

Pupil Council Report from Primary Parliament

25 November 2016

 

On Friday 25 November, Year 5 and 6 pupil council representatives went to the Primary Parliament Autumn Session.

 

We met with other schools and throughout the day worked on a project about being kind and caring.

 

In the first session we wrote kind words on coloured faces, we then walked through the City Centre handing out the kind words to members of the public.

 

We made our way to the Central library where we looked at an archive website and discussed with the library workers how the website could be improved.

 

On arrival back at the Council House we worked with some Nottingham project workers to make a mind map of how we could make our school more kind and caring.

 

In the afternoon we presented our ideas to 3 Nottingham Councillors. It was great fun and we all had an exciting day.

 

 

Adam, Taylor, Courtney & Jamie

Mrs McKenna

 

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