This half term the school council have met weekly to discuss a variety of matters that needed to be actioned. We have discussed how to freshen up the allotment area, how to improve the head teachers tea party, what the school thinks about behaviour and how growth mindsets is impacting the children in each class.
Thank you to all the council members for your hard work and I look forward to the next half term.
Each school council representative discussed with their class members what they would like to grow in their allotment area. We also added plants and vegetables to the 'upcycled' planters that Mr Bradley and each class created.
Year 1 are growing herbs, beans, onions, cress and carrots.
Year 2 are growing leeks and potatoes
Year 3 are growing strawberries, rhubarb, carrots, herbs and onions.
Year 4 are growing onions, potatoes and herbs.
Year 5 are growing lettuce, corn, radishes and beetroot.
Year 6 are growing lettuce, chillies, herbs, beetroot, radishes and corn.
I can't wait to keep you all posted on the growth of the fruit and vegetables, hopefully we can create our own produce and sell them to the local community.
The council meet every one to two weeks to discuss important matters in school. The school council gives the children an opportunity to air their views on