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Posted on: 30 Jan 2020 by Weston Green School

School Council update

Our School Council members have continued to impress during the early weeks of this new term. They are a passionate and dedicated team who are willing to spend time and effort discussing and finding ways to make Weston Green even better - if that is possible!?

The Festive Film Night was an incredible success last term, taking more than £780 and involving 105 children from Years 1 to 6. The buzz on the day of the event, and the evening itself, was lovely. The School Council are really grateful to the Parents' Association team who worked really hard on the night to make it so successful. There are already children begging Mrs. Wilson to know when the next event will be!

The team now want to find other ways to make their mark on this academic year, both in terms of fundraising but also by having discussions that will be really useful for the whole school. The School Council's focus for this half term is investigating how the school's new Behaviour Policy is working across all the different year groups - allowing classes to discuss this and make suggestions will mean that the whole school is consistent in its approach and all voices have been heard. The School Council continue to discuss and research new ideas for playground equipment and the team are keen to find a way to make the playtime experience as brilliant as possible. The Quiet Courtyard will also see a few improvements over the coming months. The children have also collected and discussed ideas for Weston Green's library transformation and are excited to be part of the conversation to raise the profile of reading in the school.

The team are willing to debate and consider all suggestions put to them by their peers and that is what makes being part of the School Council so special - being able to discuss the big stuff and the small stuff, which will all make our lives at Weston Green as wonderful as they can be.

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