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Our Pupil Panel

Our Pupil Panel leader was elected via a democratic whole school voting system.  Potential candidates from Year 6 delivered speeches to the school during the Autumn term sharing their reasons why they wished to lead our Pupil Panel.  The panel is then made up of pupil representatives from each class who meet regularly with Mrs Collins to contribute to school development and ensure our pupils ideas are valued and considered when planning new initiatives.

Anti Bullying Week

The Pupil Panel reviewed and shared our child friendly anti-bullying poster in a whole school assembly. The poster is displayed in each class and in shared spaces around the school.  The poster is a reminder for the children to reach out and make some noise about bullying. It identifies who they can talk to if they are ever worried or unsafe.



‘The great SPOTacular’ for Children in Need.

On Friday 17th November 2023, the children took part in ‘The great SPOTacular’ for Children in Need.  Our pupil panel held a cake sale in the playground and helped raise a superb total of £147.70 for this great cause.  


Previous Work from our School Council

Previously, the School Council helped to talk to the children about what they would like to see in the outside area at school.  As a result of the previous work of the school council, we were able to understand what the children would like to play with outside and how to improve lunch times and break times. The result was a gorgeous new outside area including a new trim trail, swings, a Forest School area, construction activities, a running track, water play and new football goals.


Past Fundraising Efforts


Every family deserves a place to call home after disaster. 

Shelter Box works with disaster-affected communities to provide emergency shelter, essential items and training needed to support families in the long process of rebuilding their lives. 

Every disaster is different so they have a flexible approach. They listen and learn from the communities they work with to make sure they provide the right support.  

They often go further, working with hard to reach communities who are overlooked by others.  

Before a disaster happens, they make sure they are ready to help. They store aid in strategic locations around the world so they can get it to the families who need it as quickly as possible.  

They work with trusted local partners and we have a network of incredible volunteers who are ready to help at a moment’s notice.  

Their teams can travel by foot, boat, helicopter or tuk-tuk to get to the families who need support - whatever it takes to get to the people who need them.