Minutes of School Council Meeting 4.10.19

The meeting opened at 14:30

All classes attended.

All classes had had class council meetings, except for 6P, so very well done.

Councillors shared what their classes would like at playtime and lunchtime:

Chalk drawing, reading area, mini golf, squash, hockey, more plants, table tennis, more grass, longer break, climbing wall, bowling, art activities, colouring outside, girls only games and boys only games, hula hooping, picnic tables used to eat sandwiches, noughts and crosses, 2 hoops for basket ball, posters to help us learn our times tables, big lego, board games, more PALs, healthy snack bar and pets.

As a class vote on your top 5 favourite playtime ideas.

The meeting closed at 15:00

 

For next week let your councillors know places that you would like to visit.

 

The next meeting is Friday 11th October @ 14:30 in the James’ Room.

 

 

Meet this half terms PALs

This year they are all from Y6. They will change half termly and by the end of the year all of Y6 will have had the opportunity to be a PAL.

Their photos are displayed outside Mrs Hadley’s room and they wear big, yellow playground buddy badges so you can’t miss them.

Their mission is to keep you safe and to make you happy. Please let an adult know when a PAL has been kind to you and made you feel happy.

 

Monday

 

Tuesday Weds Thursday

Friday

Cameron Thushanika Anila Maya Amira BJ
Faysal Aleena Nicolas Keiry Nam
Alex Farrah Eric Tassaduq Ayesha
Artur Even Mustafa Luize Rehan A

Chloe

Zak Ruquaya Pavandeep

Eliza

 

 

Minutes from School Council Meeting – 27.9.19 – 2:30 p.m.

All classes attended.

All classes had had class council meetings except for: 3T and 6S.

The meeting was chaired by Keiry and Aleena

Notes were kept by Artur

Items discussed:

  1. Competitions they would like.
  2. Events they would like.

There were lots of super ideas shared – ask your class councillor about all of the ideas-  and it was agreed the council would vote on their top 5 next week and then share with Miss Haywood.

We have also agreed to discuss ideas to make playtimes and lunchtimes even better. Please share your ideas at class council, this week.

Meeting closed at 3p.m.

The next meeting is Friday 4th October @ 2:30 pm in the James’ room

 

 

CC

A friendly school

Image result for kindnessCouncillors asked their classes how we could ensure that we were a friendly school both in lessons and at break.

Here are some of the suggestions shared at school council:

Be kind

Be helpful

Take responsibility

Be truthful

Have good manners

Listen to others

Let people play

 

What do you think of these suggestions? Do you have any of your own?

How could we make these ideas happen?

 

 

School council priorities

After lots of discussion in school and class council it was decided that school council would concentrate on 3 main priorities:

  1. Being a friendly school
  2. Really enjoying our learning
  3. Having lots of fun at break times.

This blog will share what the classes think via school council but please feel free to add your own idea and comments.

Extreme Reading Holiday Challenge Results

Well done to everyone who took part they have all received a Silver Award certificate for their effort.

Special Gold awards went to:

Naina Verma

Piranavan Saravanabavan

Sam Carefoot

Special Platinum awards went to:

Adam Carefoot

George Harrison

Megan Sangha

 

Special Diamond awards went to:

Manraaj Benning

Charley Leigh Robinson

Please keep taking those pictures and email them to Mrs Hadley, at: reading@bearwood.sandwell.sch.uk

Make the subject of the email: reading challenge – NAME – CLASSOr hand in a photograph.

There is a certificate for every entry and a prize for those that are especially unusual or funny!