Our newly elected School Council members for 2015 - 2016
Another Part of Our Anti-Litter Campaign
We held a second assembly to inform the school of the problems of litter, this time with a focus on how it can affect wildlife. We covered the hall in (clean) litter and the children described how it felt and everyone helped to pick it up as we played our Litter Picking Song. We showed a power point with pictures of how animals can get stuck and badly injured in litter. We hope to hit the playground and surrounding environment with our new litter pickers again soon!
Our Anti Litter Campaign
We decided to start a new campaign against litter which is an issue we feel passionate about. We introduced the campaign to the school in an assembly. Since then we have written to find funding for litter picking equipment, written to a local shop owner inviting them to come and discuss the problem and also to the parish council. The latter invited us to join them on their annual Tidy up Tattershall litter picking evening. We collected bags full of litter in just one hour. It was fun and rewarding too! A big thank you to the other parents and pupils who supported us that evening. In the future we hope to survey the public about the problem and organise more activities. Watch this space!
Tasty Treats Tuck Shop
Check out our new range of healthy, tasty tuck shop treats.
We will be holding a tuck shop every Friday for a special break time treat. Most items cost 50p apart from pear and apple crisps, which are 60p. Our range includes: Tropical Delight, Cherries and Raisins, Tutti Frutti, Chocolate or Yogurt Raisins, Banana Slices, Popcorn and many more.
Let us know what you think.
We held an assembly to introduce the new child we are sponsoring through World Vision. Emily is from Malawi in Africa. We will be supporting her education through the donations made on Mufti days at the end of each term, so please help us, help her achieve her dreams. Thank you!
Children In Need 2015
The School Council was responsible for the fundraising on Children in Need day. We held an assembly to tell the school where their donations would be going and about the activities we would be holding during the day.
On the Friday we organised games at lunch time. The children really enjoyed our target Pudsey and hunt the Pudsey games.
A huge thank you to the parents for their support - we raised a fantastic £180!
Supporting the Lions Club World Sight Day
In order to raise awareness and to support the local Lions Club, the school council members ate their lunch wearing blindfolds. It was very tricky and turned out to be very messy!