Thursday, 11 December 2008

Friday, 28 November 2008


The new members of the School Council will use this year to listen to suggestions on improving various aspects about the school day.
So far, we have taken part in 2 projects including: applying for a borough grant which we hope will enable us to fund a new club; and we have looked at plans for a borough environment project.
We have also planned the Christmas Bazaar for 2008. We hope you will join us!!!

Friday, 21 November 2008

2008-2009 School Council

Autumn 2008 -
We were visited by a member of the Redbridge Environment team who spoke to us about a new project. We viewed the plans and provided our opinions about the development of Christchurch Green in Wanstead.

Friday, 25 July 2008

Congratulations on another successful year!

Miss Levy would like to thank the dedicated members of the School Council who have worked extremely hard this year. They have: raised money for the school, bought lunchtime resources, written this year's healthy school newsletters and they have run several competitions. This term, the Council have discussed preferred 'learning styles.' The children stated that 'independent research' was a favourite way to learn in some subjects, whilst more in depth teacher explanations were favoured in other subjects.

Thanks again to the enthusiastic chairman Umar Valli as well as the leadership from Angelica Bentick who was in the council for 3 years.

We look forward to the leadership and views of a new council in the Autumn term.

Sunday, 23 March 2008

Updates for the Spring term!

THANK YOU ................ the money raised from the Bazaar at the end of last term reached £460.
£100 was sent to the homeless charity 'Shelter' who were extrememly excited to receive this donation.
The remaining amount will be spent on equipment which will be discussed by the Council this term.

This term, the School Council has been involved in promoting Road Safety and are regularly updating posters around the school.
The School Council have also been continuing to promote the importance of healthy eating.
Also, they have been encouraging classes to take part in a competition (which is run by Redbridge) to be involved in improving our eating environment in the dining hall.
The children have voted for a 'special' table which will be designed and decorated by the Council. Children will be invited to sit at the table if they set a good example to others in the dining hall. Good luck!!