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What an exciting morning. We had a visit from Gilly and Graham from BBC radio Lancs and their rickshaw. They’ve been riding all around Lancashire raising money for a great cause!
Our school council explained what we’ve been doing to raise money this week.
So all next week during lunchtime we will be running two games to raise money for Children in Need.
Each game will cost 50p! Please support this good cause and try to win a prize.
These are our prizes…
Today our Y5 and Y6 school councillors gathered to work through a script and powerpoint ready to present our Equality Policy in Key Stage assemblies next week.
Next week is anti-bullying week and the theme this year is ‘All different; all equal’ what a great time to share our message about the importance of equality at Hall Park!
School Council Meeting Minutes: Tuesday 24th October
Aim: To discuss Children in Need activities
Outcome: To choose games to run to raise money for charity
Actions: To create ‘Where is Pudsey?
To create ‘Guess the spots in the jar’ game
To meet and greet Graham and Pudsey in assembly
This week we didn’t have a school council meeting but our Y5 and Y6 representatives presented our child friendly equalities policy to Mrs Bowker. She asked them lots of questions about equality and the purpose of our policy.
We are looking forward to sharing the policy with staff and children in Key Stage assemblies next term as well as presenting our policy and understanding of equality to the governors in their next meeting.
School Council Meeting Minutes: Tuesday 10th October
Aim: To explain how and why were are different but all equal
Outcome: To perform a poem about differences
Actions: To complete the equalities assembly PPT
To complete the A-Z of equality
Today we looked at a poem about how are are different… But we are all equal!
Look at our statements to show our differences.
School Council Meeting Minutes: Tuesday 3rd October
Aim: To create a note for teachers to explain the work we have been doing around equality
Outcome: To encourage class teachers to share the SC blog with their classes
Actions: To look at how the school council blog is used – pupil participation