We all know the importance of reading. This year, we would like to raise funds for new home-reading books to add to our collections. If you have any fundraising ideas, please post your suggestions on the school noticeboard.
In lessons, we have been learning about what it means to have a growth mindset. Do you have any ideas on how we could encourage each other to have a growth mindset and how to involve all children, staff and parents? Post your ideas or speak to your school council representative.
We look forward to hearing from you!
•A school council represents the views of all pupils. It gives children the opportunity to make their voices heard and feel part of the whole school community.
•A school council helps to make changes and improvements, and tries to make the school a nicer placer for everyone.
•At Cloverlea, every class in Key Stage 2 chooses two representatives to be members of the school council.
•Voting for council members takes place at the beginning of the school year.
•Before they are voted for, nominees have to give a speech to their class explaining why they want to be on the council.
A School Councillor needs to be able to:
We will hold regular meetings to discuss ways in which we can improve our school. The Councillors will present the views of their classmates. They will provide feedback in a number of ways:
The school council also meet with the school governors to discuss their plans for the year ahead.
There are many projects and aspects of school life that the School Council could get involved with. Here are some examples:
If you would like to put your ideas forward to the school council: