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Classes vote in a democratic manner to choose a class representative for their School Learning Council. These Reps meet regularly for School Learning Council meetings, and hold regular Class Learning Forums with their peers.

Thank you to our School Learning Councillors who represent the children in our school.

School Learning Council 2021-2022

Term 4

We have been continuing with our subject focussed meetings and have covered Music, Reading, Phonics (Read Write Inc - RWI) and we have also discussed Independence. 

We have made posters to remind the school community what is meant by independence and we hope to talk in an assembly in Term 5 about the work we have been doing.

Term 3

We have started the new year with a discussion about Maths in our classes and it is clear from all children that they really enjoy practical Maths when using manipulatives. Through Class learning forums, peer views were collected and these have been fedback to the Maths lead in school. 

We will be discussing the forthcoming Book Week and Class Reps will find out ideas and suggestions for the themed week we hold in school. 

Term 2

We continued our meetings in Term 2, discussing different Subject areas and the Art / PSHE week we held at the beginning of the term. 

The children thoroughly enjoyed looking at different types of Art and Artists across the mini project. 

Term 1

This term the children in each class voted for who they wanted as their School Learning Council representative.

Congratulations to the following children for being chosen by their peers;

Year R

Class RM: Dexter

Class RK: Willow

Class RT: Clara

Year 1

Class 1C: Neve

Class 1F: Hannah

Class 1J: Louis

Year 2

Class 2T: Matilda

Class 2S: Noah

Class 2A: Joshua

The School Learning Council reps have met and spoken about their views of our school and held Class Learning Forums in order to get their peer views on the KS1 playground and the new equipment. We have also discussed the children's views of how the children in Year R have settled into school life. Feedback has been very positive, showing that the majority of children in KS1 enjoyed and could talk confidently about their learning this term. Year R have enjoyed their first term and were also able to speak about the learning that they have been doing.

A big thank you to all of our School Learning Council representatives for taking pride in their roles and contributing to our meetings!

 

The children worked together to create an acrostic about our school as shown below:

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