Orchard Church of England Primary School

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Orchard School Council 

Photos below from our Anti Bullying Assembly November 2017

We would like to say big thank you to everyone who participated in the Shoe Box Appeal 2017. We had an excellent response and today the Rotary Club collected 77 boxes which will be distributed to those less fortunate than ourselves at Christmas this year.

Thank you for supporting this event and bringing some joy into the lives of children who would otherwise not have had anything this Christmas.

Mrs Lang and the School Council

School Council Members Autumn 2017

Autumn Term 2017 School Council Members

 

Year 2 – Eden and Elliot

Year 3 – George and Ava

Year 4 – Mac and Isobel

Year 5 – Ben and Charlie

Year 6 – Keira, Josh, Keira, Summer and Georgia

 

 

School Council Summer Term Agenda

26th April : PARK ‘N’ STRIDE

3rd May : Bullying

10th May : Sun ready

17th May : Be Healthy Week

7th June : Park and Stride

21st June : Playground

28th June : School dinners

12th July : Next Year and Reflection

 

 

What we do in school council.

In school council we organise worldwide events and special occasions which happen throughout the school. One of our particular favourites was when a school council team (from a school called Coleman) came to look around our school. They said it was a lot smaller compared to theirs but we had better technology.

Here is a quote from one of their school councillors:

“Your school has brilliant screens/computers and draws under the table to easily get into. Your books are amazing: you’ve got PSHE one side and French on the other!” they were his exact words.

 

 

 

Coleman primary schools visit

When Coleman school came to visit we showed them around our school and showed them different features. Our school councillors each showed a few of their school councillors from the same year around. After we had showed them around we got together and asked/answered each other’s questions. Coleman said that we should go there and they will show us around.  

 

 

 

On Friday 18th November the school council invited the children  to come to school dressed in either a onesie or pyjamas, to raise funds for Children in Need. Pudsey style biscuits were also on sale.