Pupil Learning Council
The Pupils Learning Council is made up of various children from across the year groups and their aim is to represent the school community in the development of teaching and learning. The council also focuses on the rights and responsibilities of children, working to ensure that these are respected by:
Council members are selected by their class peers in a democratic vote at the start of each term. Children from Years 2 - 6 meet with Mrs Mann every week.
Pupil Learning Council 2001 - 2020
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"I feel I have helped improve the school in many ways including help promote more after school clubs in school like skipping, football and arobics"
" I got to participate in giving ideas to make a difference to the school."
A Wellbeing Champion is simply someone who promotes wellbeing to others. We want to be positive role models for others . We are here to put a smile on those sad faces and help you to solve any problems you have, no matter how small they are . Giving smiles are totally free! We are here to ensure pupils enjoy their days and have fun.
- 5 Ways to Wellbeing.pptx
- Anti Bullying Week Wellbeing Champions.pptx
- Childrens Mental Health Week 2022.pptx
- Hello Yellow.pptx
- Wellbeing Champions 2021.pptx
Seva is very important in the Sikh faith and it means ‘selfless service’ - work or service performed without any thought of reward or personal benefit. In Punjabi, the person performing such service is called a Sevadar.
Our lunchtime Sevadars ensure our lunchtimes run smoothly by helping the lunchtime supervisors. Their responsibilities may include helping to clear the plates, cutlery and cups in the dinner hall. They also make sure that younger pupils moving around the school sensibly and safely.