Stratton Primary School Council
Please find above details of a competition being run by Salt Projects Cornwall to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II Platinum Jubilee.
What a fantastic effort everyone put in today to support two great charities, The Dog's Trust and Talan's Trust.
Thank you to everyone that took part.
Congratulations to the new Stratton School Councillors for 2021-22!
Roles in SPS Stratton School Council 2021-22
Chair: Olivia Cook
Vice-Chair: Isabel Swan
Secretary: Ivy Hodgson
Vice-Secretary: Obie Byrne
Public relations officer: Ailla Hooper
Vice PRO: Freya Spence
Treasurer: Chloe Healy
Vice-Treasurer: Mollie Glasby
SCHOOL COUNCIL ACTION TEAMS
The school council is sub-divided into action teams, each working on their own projects. Our teams are:
The Teaching and Learning Team: Ned, Jenson, Edith
The School Environment Team: Emma, Keanu,
The Eco-Warriors Team: Ivy, Ailla, Olivia
The Community Projects Team: Darcy, Maha, Noah
Charity Action team : Ajay, Chloe, Isabel, Mollie
Playground Action team: Obie, Leven, Nia, Freya
Following our annual voting, this year, we will be supporting:
Talan's Trust - a local charity raising money for awareness of and research into Rhabdomyosarcoma (RMS) and other childhood cancers. Talan, who sadly died when he was 19, attended our school as a pupil, so this is an extra special charity for us all. For more information: Home - Talan's Trust (talanstrust.org)
Dogs Trust - a national charity helping to provide happy, healthy dogs to good homes. For more information: About Us | Helping Dogs Lead Happy Lives | Dogs Trust
Have you got what it takes to be a school councillor? Think carefully before you apply!
You will be expected to:
We try to make sure that the school council achieve what is on the manifestos so remember to make sure what you put on them is realistic and achievable.
If you feel your child needs support to write their manifesto, that is absolutely fine. Please remember to write their name on the back of the manifesto.
We have kept last years school council information below for you to have a look at if you are stuck for ideas.
This year, the school is aiming to further improve:
* well-being of pupils and staff
* behaviour and learning attitudes
This might help you with your manifesto ideas!
WORLD BOOK DAY BAKING COMPETITION
This year's winners are:
R – Mia Dicker 101 Dalmatians
Y1 – Ivy Hodgson Harry Potter Spell Book
Y2 – Beau Bloxham Peter Rabbit
Y3 – Samuel Salvadori - Paddington Bear’s Marmalade sandwich
Y4 – Rosie – May Black Beauty
Y5 – Alfie Leighton ‘Fish’
Y6 – Maisie Heard Hocus Pocus
INTERVIEWING FOR THE NEW TEACHER!
On Thursday 22nd April, in the morning, the school councillors were invited to interview four candidates for our new KS1 teacher. Each councilllor had up to two questions, which they all decided together.
Everybody was impressed by all the candidates answers, and choosing the strongest applicant was a really tricky task.
SCHOOL COUNCIL PROJECTS
We are pleased to announce this year's winners are: Honey Edmonds and Grace Snowsill. They both win a voucher of £15 and the school received £50 for books.
Working with local schools - Marhamchurch C of E Primary -The Community Projects Team
In January, we invited the school council from Marhamchurch school to visit us for the afternoon. We had a great time climbing and playing games, as well as giving them a tour of our school. Last year, we did a successful beach clean with them, so we thought it would be useful to do another joint community project this year. We did plan to plant some trees and were waiting to hear from the local councillor. For now, this project is on hold and we hope to return to it when life is back to normal.
Playground drainage - The school environment team
This year we have a huge problem with our bottom playground - the cage. Due to some sinking of the concrete, pools of water form making playtime impossible. This has led to over crowding on the upper playground and some PE lessons being postponed due to lack of space. This action team met with Mr Bunning as their chosen project was to improve the drainage. Just as they were going to write to the council, two members of planning team were in our school and so we took the opportunity for Ashton to meet with them and explain the problems we have been facing. Watch this space for their response!
Children in Need:
We raised £366 from our crazy hair day. Thank you to all of you who donated. Here are some pictures of the winners from each class.
Andigestion pumpkin competition
This year, sadly, we cannot provide recycling bins for your pumpkins, but we can try and win some book vouchers for the school as andigestion are holding two competitions. The competitions are to promote
recycling of pumpkins at home and to learn how waste can be turned into energy.
If you enter, you have to email an image of your child's entry to: firstname.lastname@example.org
with ‘PumpkinPower Colouring Competition’ in the subject line
Details for the email: your child's name, age, Stratton Primary School, your home address
BY 5pm on Monday 2nd November
One important thing for parents to note is that by entering either the colouring competition or the poster design challenge, they consent to their child’s name and school, and their winning entry, being included in a press release to local media. It may also be used on Andigestion’s social media channels.
For pupils in EYFS and KS1 - Colouring competition.
Colour in this poster to the highest standard and you might win a £15 book voucher and a £25 book voucher for the school.