The School Council representatives will take ideas and suggestions from their class to discuss at School Council meetings, which will be facilitated by Mrs Johnson.
School Council 2021-2022
Earlier this year, children from each class were given the opportunity to give a two minute talk about why they should be elected to represent their class at School Council. Each class then voted for two representatives to attend regular School Council meetings and be their class voice. Winners were announced by Mr Smithers during a Friday assembly.
School Council representatives from Years 5 and 6 had the opportunity to apply for this years Chair, Secretary and Treasurer roles. Those who wished to apply gave a short speech to the School Council and a secret ballot was held.
The winners were announced by Mrs Smithers in a Friday assembly.
Introducing School Council 2021-2022 Chair, Secretary and Treasurer.
Congratulations to Molly, Ellis and Sam.
School Council will be selling Poppies at the top and bottom gate the week beginning 8th November.
School Council selling Poppies outside the school gates in preparation for Remembrance Day.
Children in Need on Friday 19th November.
Wear Pudsey's colours to school and donate to make a difference.
Christmas Jumper Day. Friday 10th December.
Did you know it takes 80 years for a crisp packet to decompose? Did you know that 150 of them can be ironed together and turned into a survival blanket for a homeless person and will help to keep their sleeping bag dry and insulated?
The iron man are collecting crisp packets with the support from Age UK Plymouth who will be making these blankets.
Elburton School Council collected and counted 1460 crisp packets. That is 10 survival blankets for those in need this winter.
PC Bayley came to Elburton to talk with the School Council about his role in the community and how children should keep safe in the dark.