The school council decided that we would put the money raised from the sale of Harvest Festival produce towards our current toilet twinning project. Our aim is to raise £120 to pay for 2 toilets in deprived communities around the world.
How can you help?
*The school council would like you to donate any spare pennies ("spend a penny") in the donation box in the reception area of school.
*On Friday 16th November, we will hold a cake sale and split the proceeds between Children In Need and Toilet Twinning, so anyone willing to bake cakes we would greatly appreciate it.
If you wish to find out more then take a look at https://www.toilettwinning.org/
The school council.
What have we achieved this year?
*We organised a PJs and bring a game to school day and made posters and raised money. This bought new paintbrushes and felt tips.
*We organised a bric a brac sale to raise money for Children in Need.
*We made posters to encourage children to play new games on the playground.
*We went on a visit to Derby Cathedral to make models with South Darley.
*We wrote letters with our donation to Cancer Research after footie shirt Friday.
Have we enjoyed it?
YES! IT IS FUN!
We would recommend being on the school council because you get to help make decisions to improve the school. It is good to raise money for charity. You get to wear buddy hats! It's great to get creative and make posters. You get to wear a cool badge! (And you get to miss assembly!)
PERHAPS WE HAVE CONVINCED YOU TO BE A SCHOOL COUNCILLOR NEXT YEAR!
Bring a game to school and PJs day!
The school council had an idea for everyone to come to school in their pyjamas/ onesies for the last day of term, to raise money for resources in school. We also brought in games from home to play with each other. What a great end to the term and we can now ask the school council to consider how best to use the money!
School council hard at work!
Our school council works hard to make our school a better place and their most recent contributions to school life have included making posters for the playground to encourage each other to play games with our friends, organising a forthcoming PJs and games day and taking pupil responses on how they would like the playground to be improved. This has included using a wider range of equipment (such as the chalks to encourage the artists amongst us) and buying new goal nets (to encourage those of us who are more sporty!). We are always trying to work together to make our school an even better place!