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School Council

The School Council at Chalfont St Peter Infant School encourage the pupil voice with regard to the running of their own school. In this way, our children have a greater sense of belonging, become more confident when putting forward ideas and develop a greater understanding of the need to work co-operatively for the benefit of all.

 

 

 

 

 

The School Council members for 2019/20 are:

 

Reception

 

                      Jessica                                        Poppy                                Charlie                                    Olivia

 

Year One

 

         

                Abbie                                    Olivia                                  Chloe                                      Isla

            

 

Year Two

 

         

                 Eva                                       Ria                                   Eashan                                   Kate

     

Harvest Festival

 

The school council were proud to read this poem as part of our schools Harvest Festival. We learnt one line each and practised using our loud voices. We were a little nervous but performed brilliantly on the day.

Remembrance Parade

 

Some of the school council were honoured to take part in the Chalfont St Peter Remembrance Parade. We lay the wreath from our school on the war memorial as part of the service. The whole school has been learning about the importance of Remembrance Day and why we should all wear a poppy with pride. As a whole school community we have sold poppies as part of the poppy appeal and all took part in the two minute silence.

Children in Need

 

School Council decided they wanted to do something for charity so we organised a cake and sweets sale for children in need. The staff kindly donated the cakes and sweets and the Year 2 school council children helped to run the stall. We raised £141.50 in total, a super amount all going to a very worthy cause!

Spring flowers

 

When Mrs Jones retired she very kindly gave the school lots of bulbs to plant around the grounds. The school council loved planting them with the help of Mr Court. When the bulbs grow in Spring we will all remember the lovely Mrs Jones and her sunny smile.

      

 

           

Collecting for the Australian wildfires

 

The School Council decided they would like to try to help all those affected by the wildfires in Australia. They raised money by organising a 'guess how many sweets are in the jar' competition charging 50p a guess.

 

The children raised an amazing

£134.60

 all proceeds going to the Australian Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery fund.

There were two lucky winner who guessed nearest to the total of 187 sweets (190) and they collected their prize in celebration assembly last week. Well done Ollie and Jessica!

 

 

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