Our aims this year are:
Hello, I represent Integrity class. As a School Councillor, I want to help people. I can help when they are lonely and help them if they fall over. I like sports and I do Multi-
Hi, I represent Justice Class. My skill is listening on the carpet and being good at maths. My hobbies are gymnastics, drawing and art.
Hi, I represent Respect class. I think I will make a great school councillor because I like helping people. I enjoy gymnastics, reading, gaming and singing.
Hello, I represent Courtesy class. My favourite thing about School Council is going to the meetings. At the moment, I am enjoying my hobby of collecting conkers!
Hi, I represent Equality and I will bring a lot of feedback from meetings and help people with worries. I like gymnastics. When I'm out of school I have lots of friends. This school is amazing! Bye!!
Hi, I am the representative for Valour class. I am happy to give up my play time to do jobs. I like football and I played in the school team. I once went to Cubs and learned to do the salute!
Hello, I am a School Council representative for Year R Caring Class. My favourite hobbies are sports, singing and baking. If you are stuck or worried around the school, I am most happy to help!
Hi, I'm Head Boy at Priory Fields. I do not represent a class but stand in for and help the other councillors. I am good at football and was part of the school team. I am also a sports ambassador for the school, so if you need help with football, you know where to come to!
Hi, I think I will be a good School Councillor because I can help the little children at playtime and lunch as I have a little nephew myself and look after him and help my auntie. I am very happy to help.
Hello, I represent Harmony class. As I school councillor, I will help children to be better at listening to TAs and teachers. I will listen and respect everyone and show them everything in our school. I will help others who are lost and when they don't know where to go, I will show them the way. I like sports and I like to play football and hockey.
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Hi, I am the school councillor for Endeavour class in Year 6. My hobbies are writing, photography and adventuring. I wish to help the school to reach new heights in education.
Hello I am School Councillor for Loyalty class in Year 2 and I like playing X-
Hi, I represent Honesty class. I like to help and I’m good at maths. If you need help you can come to me and I’ll try my best!
Hi, I represent Democracy class. My hobbies are dance, gymnastics and singing. I love being part of the school council because my job is with the community group and I enjoy that very much, as I like to help people.
Hello, I'm a school councillor and I represent Liberty class. My hobbies are maths, science and French. At school I enjoy making things and writing stories. My hopes as a school councillor are to help the teachers, to sell in the credits shop and to help decide the end of year trips.
Hi I’m school councillor for Tolerance class and I like being a school councillor because I like doing jobs and being helpful around the school. My hobbies are football, basketball and tennis. Bye!
I promise to do my best, I am proud that I have been elected as a school councillor I will take my role seriously and am committed to the school and the school council. I will always uphold the school values and encourage others to do so. I will be a positive role model for the school and will wear my jumper with pride.
Thank you to everyone who came along to join the fun at our family Bingo afternoon!
Our Children In Need dress-
Our attendance team have been preparing the new board. This term the best attending class will earn a cinema and popcorn afternoon.
Our Junior Road Safety Officers have been patrolling the front of the school. Encouraging parents to park safely. They also led a whole-
Our chosen charity is Ronald McDonald House Charity. Watch this space for details of of Children in Need fundraiser and our upcoming community bingo afternoon.
We worked hard campaigning and were pleased to be elected as this year’s School Council in our special election assembly!
A report from our Junior Road Safety Officers (31/1/18):
On Wednesday we went out to the back of the school to check people were parking safely and to check the gates were clear. A lady told us a fire engine was coming up the hill and was asking people to move their cars. Please remember not to park at the back of the school!
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This term we were introduced to Kathy, an NSPCC helper who has a mascot called Buddy. To riase money we set up a fun, healthy body, healthy mind circuit activity. Whoever brings the most forms will get a certificate saying thank you for their help. Whoever brings the most money out of all of the schools will get an inflatable Buddy! Thank you to all the pupils who took part and to all the parents and family who sponsored them. We raised over £1,00!
A report from our Junior Road Safety Officers (16/04/18):
We patrolled the back of the school again. We found it was quite jammed! Please remember not to park at the back of the school!
Here we are preparing the attendance board in the hall. Which class will have the best attendance and get to have a fantastic treat at the end of term?
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Last week went out on patrol. We patrolled the back of the school and it has really improved throughout the year. We found only 2 or 3 not properly parked at the back and the front was really good, with no cars improperly parked.
Time To Talk
One of our real successes this year was our Time to Talk. We set up a room where children can come at break and lunch times to talk about their problems and worries or just take time out. We applied for and received funding to get some games and toys for children to play with while in our room. We even gave an assembly to the whole school to show what we do and to invite others to come along.
Smoke Free Signs
We were approached by Dover Council with a sign making project for our school. They said if we held a competition to design some 'Smoke free' signs, they would pay for them to be made. The designs were so good that we couldn't choose a single one, so Mr Godfrey combined elements of the winners and we made a single sign that was sent off to Dover Council. They presented us with our signs on 4th July and they look great. We look forward to them being placed in our new school!