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15/02/19

We've updated our calendar dates. Check them out here: https://t.co/6NFx8HHKCB

15/02/19

Our Year 6 Saturday school continues this weekend and the Holiday Academy begins on Monday 18th until Wednesday 20th. See you there Year 6!

15/02/19

As you know, we're on staff training today but just in case you're missing us here's a clip from yesterdays Origami Club with their giant planes! Watch this amazing flight from one of our Origami pilots! https://t.co/7Ec9iXT4pU

14/02/19

With our staff training day tomorrow, you're being treated to our newsletter early this week! Enjoy! https://t.co/yTZT5k0SjX

14/02/19

In celebration of Valentine's Day, Cadiz class have made some lovely cards to give to their loved ones - families and friends. Cadiz class wishes everyone a Happy Valentine's Day! https://t.co/arwwUW48QD

14/02/19

Yr 4’s Kandinsky inspired art is now being shown off in the KS2 corridor! They have used oil pastels to represent different emotions through colours and circles. https://t.co/bUNgJpqqK4

14/02/19

Term dates for the academic year 2019/2020 have now been added to our website. You can find them here: https://t.co/p4lNavjuQB

14/02/19

Year 3 have worked really hard this half term learning about the compositions of landscapes. They have created 3D pictures by correctly layering their background, middleground and foreground’s together. https://t.co/u3cEktyP8R

14/02/19

Yr 2 have been studying pointillism this half term. These final pieces were inspired by the artist Seurat and looking at bouquets of real flowers. https://t.co/na35Nv0lYX

13/02/19

We are please to announce that we will be holding tours of our nursery for prospective parents on - Wednesday 6th March at 1.30pm - Wednesday 25th April at 1.30pm Please contact the office to book your place. We look forward to seeing you there!

12/02/19

Year 2 loved their trip to today - pick up the newsletter this week to read all about it! https://t.co/8uDVQqis3k

12/02/19

THIS has appeared on the first floor corridor overnight! https://t.co/p3HU84bJ7l

12/02/19

Guess who’s been touching the star fish?! ⭐️ https://t.co/WzUv30QP3w

11/02/19

Please remember that Friday 15th February is an INSET day and children should not attend school.

11/02/19

The children arrived at nursery this morning to find a crime scene in The Three Bears Cottage. Someone has broken Baby Bears chair! The children had to investigate the clues to find the culprit... https://t.co/h9uedvGiJc

11/02/19

Another successful in . Today our parents enjoyed engaging in learning with their children during our session! Thank you to everyone who came along, we loved having you! https://t.co/B3njMQmVgN

11/02/19

We hope you all had a tremendous weekend?! If you fancy catching up on all the news from last week (it was a busy one!), you can read all about it here: https://t.co/Wa9NfeyzcH

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    Academy Pupil Council

    Our academy councillors play a very important role to support our improvement. Each class nominates one representative to attend regular meetings to share and discuss ideas. Each class is also represented by the boy and girl who finished the previous half term with the most Dojos. 

    There are three council representatives from each class. The academy council meetings take place every second week. The meetings during 2016-17 are led by the Principal,  who circulated the minutes to the senior leaders and all teachers so we can respond quickly to our pupil councillors.

    Last year  the academy council supported transformation to our  playground, helping us to choose new zones and equipment. They also planned questions for  the  annual pupil survey and helped the Principal decide  some areas to improve, including our lunches and playtime safety. The council also enjoyed working alongside the Friends of Philip Lane for World Book Day 2015. They  held a successful book swap and sold cakes which to raise £88 for future events. They also worked hard to raise money for several charities including;

    • £120 for The Richards House Children’s Hospice. We completed a sponsor form for a week of good deeds
    • £200 for Comic Relief. We donated £1 to wear red for the day - we  painted everyone’s noses red!

    More recently the Academy councillors organised the Christmas Shoe Box appeal in November/December 2015. Over 200 gifts were sent to children in India and Syria. They also raised over £500 for children in need 2015 by dressing up and collecting money before and after school.