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School Council Information

Our Harvest Collection

 

Thank you to everyone who brought in a donation for the Harvest collection this year! 

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Fundraising

 

School Council have a busy half term ahead. 

 

Friday 6th October  - Red, White and Blue Day

Red, White & Blue Day is a national fundraising campaign that raises money in support of ABF The Soldiers’ Charity, the Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund, and The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity. For 2017 the day will be celebrating women in the forces, commemorating the 100th birthday of the Women's Royal Naval Service (WRNS) and exploring all the roles women have taken up when serving their country. 
In order to raise money for such a worth while cause the children are encouraged to dress in red, white and blue and if possible donate a pound. During the day all classes will participate in a range of activities to mark the importance of the day. 

 

Wednesday 11th October - Harvest Festival 

School Council are encouraging everyone to bring in a donation for our harvest festival assembly. At the end of the assembly all the donated items will be presented to Burnley Food Bank. 

 

Friday 17th October - Children in Need 

School Council have now arranged a school wide vote to find out what our fancy dress theme will be this year. The council felt that following our work on British Values and democracy, a school wide vote would be appropriate. The results of this vote will be announced shortly. 

 

 

 

The votes are in!

 

Class 5      Jake           Ella Mae 

Class 6      Kaiyd          Rowan 

Class 7      Jack           Maddie 

Class 8      Rhys          Isabelle 

Class 9      Callum        Tilly    

Class 10     Anthony       Isabel 

Class 11      Owen         Lamissah 

Class 12     Dominykas     Lilly 

Class 14     Jayden        Liberty 

 

Pupil Parliament Representative

Aiden 

 

Chair

Dominykas 

 

Secretary

Lamissah 

Elections 2017-2018

 

Over the first weeks back at school the children, who wished to put themselves forward for the School Council Representative role, have worked hard to gain support by giving presentations and making posters in class. They have advertised themselves and gained support from their classes. 

 

Following this hard work, the children from classes 5 to 14 went to our very own Ightenhill polling station. The children had their official polling cards and ballot papers so that they could cast their vote. 

 

All the children have enjoyed finding out about the UK voting system and were keen to cast their votes. 

 

The children are now waiting in suspense to find out the results of the vote. 

 

 

 

 

 

Healthy Lunch Questionnaire

 

School Council want to thank everyone  who completed the School Council lunch box questionnaire.

Gracie-Rose,  was the lucky winner of the Tesco £5 voucher!

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Our Harvest Collection

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The votes are in!

 

Class 5          Harry             Lexi Skye 

Class 6         Ashton            Evie 

Class 7         Harvey            Destiny 

Class 8         Cory                Sophie 

Class 9         Tilly                   Leon 

Class 10       Ashleigh           Maddie 

Class 11       Riley                 Jessica 

Class 12       Joseph             Leela  

 

Pupil Parliament Representative

Amy 

 

Chair

Leela

 

Secretary

Joseph 

Voting

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Elections 2016-2017

 

On Thursday, children from classes 5 to 11 went to the polling station in our Key Stage 2 hall. The children had their official polling cards and ballot papers so that they could cast their vote. 

 

All the children have enjoyed getting to know how the voting system works and were keen to cast their votes. 

The children are now waiting in suspense to find out the results of the vote. 

All of our children have worked hard over the last few weeks by giving presentations and making posters in class. The children who wished to run for School Council have advertised themselves for the position and got support from their classes. 

 

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