Mrs Roberts launched 'Anti Bullying Week' at our school, with a whole school assembly. This was followed by a School Council meeting to discuss what we think bullying looks and sounds like, attended also by our Chair of Governors. We then discussed this in relation to how we see our school. The School Council were then tasked with putting a presentation together to share with the whole school. Although the School Council felt that we do not have an issue with bullying in our school, they felt there was more we could be doing to promote friendships and positive relationships. The following week the School Council presented their ideas and vision to the whole school. This presentation was carried out with professionalism, dedication, and with genuine compassion for their fellow pupils. The School Council have since ordered badges for themselves to let the school community know that they are there as 'Friendship Buddies', should anyone need one. They have identified a bench for pupils to sit on, and they have also ordered a 'bus stop' for friends to stand by, if they should need a friend to play with or someone to listen to them.
The School Council are currently working on producing a 'Healthy Eating' questionnaire for our pupils. It is hoped that they will survey the whole school and report their findings back to the Governing Body.
The School Council have been monitoring lunch boxes to inform their planning to make our school a 'Healthy School', through gaining Healthy Schools Status.
Thank you to everyone who supported the School Council with their Beetle Drive fund raising event on Tuesday 11th June 2019. We raised the grand total of £45.10