We have been inundated with entries for this competition with over 200 hundred entries.
The school council met together today and made the very difficult decision to select two winners from each key stage.
The winners will be announced in assembly on Monday.
The School Council have arranged for the school to take part in the 'Wear a Christmas Jumper' day on the last day of term. The money raised will go towards the Save the Children charity.
I had a great gang of children working with me today to help tidy up the 'Peace Garden'. It was so overgrown -we needed to get our gardening gloves on and work hard to sort it. What a shame we didn't take a before and after photo!
Here it is looking much better - we just need to buy a few shrubs to brighten up the gaps! Well done team!
We had a great meeting today and got through lots on our agenda. Here are some of the things we discussed, which the councillors will be taking back to their classes:
Our treasurer is going to meet up with Mrs Wilkinson (our budget manager) to get a report on our current budget and bring to the next meeting.
Our Health and Safety Rep has undertaken her check around school with Ms Johnson (our Site Manager) and will be bringing her report to the next meeting.
The gardening team will be meeting on Friday to get the overgrown 'Peace Garden' back into shape, ready for Remembrance Day.
Peace Patch Flag.
A school in Bedfordshire approached the school council about their plan to design a peace flag. This is to be displayed at the Olympics, to show school support for Peace and Olympic Truce.
The flag is being put together by students with as many school logos on it as possible. We are delighted to know that our school logo will be represented somewhere on the flag!
Last week some of the school council members were involved in creating some questions to ask the candidates who were being interviewed for the site manager's job.
These are the questions we came up with:
Amelia, Freya, Chad and Ruby then attended the interview and were able to ask the candidates their questions. Chad loved it and said it was great fun!
Mrs Mole said that the children were brilliant and carried out the role professionally. Well done - what a great experience to be involved in.