This year's School Council are:
Lucia, Kizzy, Lily, George, Amber, Jenny, Charlotte, Willow, Eliza, Leah, Saffron, Matthew, Modestas, Abigail, Natalia, Gvidas and Amy.
Some of us have important roles in School Council, we decided these at the beginning of the year by having a vote:
Chair - Abigail
Vice Chair - Leah
Secretary - Amy
Treasurer - Natalia
Blogger - Saffron
Journalist - Gvidas
Noticeboards - Matthew.
At Penoweth School we uphold and teach pupils about British Values which are defined as:
Rule of Law
Tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs
Democracy is an important value at our school. Pupils have the opportunity to have their voices heard through the School Council, class discussions and Pupil Focus Groups. The elections of members are based on pupil votes and are held at the beginning of each year.
As a School Council, we are working together to make Pennoweth an even more productive learning environment. In order to do this, we share our thoughts and ideas on how to make the most of our learning opportunities. Children are involved in deciding what topics they choose to study, help decide upon playground developments and welcoming visitors to the school.
School Disco – Friday 19th July.
Disco tickets will be on sale during morning breaks only from Monday 15th July. Please note – they are not available from the office or on sale at the door.
Reception/KS1 3.30pm-4.15pm £1.50
KS2 4.30pm-5.30pm £2.00 (free for Y6)
Refreshments are available - children should need no more than £1.00. Mobile phones are not permitted.
To ensure the safety of our pupils, unless special arrangements have been made in advance with the class teacher, please ensure that all children are dropped off and collected as follows:
- KS1 and reception will be taken to the disco by their class teacher. Children can then be collected from the Breakfast Club entrance (via the small blue gate)
- KS2 children to be dropped off at the larger blue gate (beside the bicycle shelter) and collected from the Breakfast Club entrance (via the smaller blue gate).
Class teachers must be informed in writing beforehand of any children who will be collected by adults who are not on their school contact list or who have parental permission to walk home alone. Please ensure that the school contact details are up-to-date and that you are available on those numbers whilst your child is attending the disco.
Thank you to everyone that came to our fundraising event last week. We raised an amazing £322.55! This means that every class will have £26 to spend on ingredients for cooking! Well done to Indi who won the guess the object competition and Missy who won the guess the sweet competition.
We hope to see lots of you next Tuesday at our fundraising event! We are hoping that we will raise enough money so that every class can be given £30 to spend on ingredients to do some cooking in their class. Each class will be able to vote on what they want to make and plan when they want to do it.
See you all next Tuesday for the fundraiser!
Our fundraising event is nearly here! We hope to see as many of you as possible next Tuesday after school! Raffle tickers are already on sale so make sure you get yours now to be in with the chance of winning some amazing prizes! We have prizes from Merlin cinemas, Flambards, Baker Toms and many more!
School council would like there to be more cooking in classes so they have decided that to hold an event to raise money to make this possible. This will be happening on Tuesday 7th May after school. There will be a cake sale so any donations of homemade or bought cakes will be greatly appreciated.There will be a couple of competitions: guess the object and guess the sweet. There is also going to be a raffle, with prizes from Merlin Cinemas, Flambards, Roller Disco, Baker Toms and many more! We hope to see as many of you there as possible!
This term we are raising money so that we can all do some cooking in our classes. To do this we are working in 4 different groups to do the following fundraising:
- Cake sale
- Selling crafts such as bookmarks
- Puzzle competition
We will let you know when these will take place!
Well done to everyone that has taken part in the Christmas fun run so far! School Council explained to everyone that exercise is really important to keep us fit and healthy. They then led a warm up for everyone and made sure we were all in the Christmas spirit! Years 3 and 4 braved the cold and the wind and still enjoyed themselves, showing us that exercise can be fun! Good luck to KS1 with their run on Monday!
We are organising a Christmas fun run to promote keeping fit and healthy. Children will be able to wear a Christmas hat and jumper as we want to make exercise fun! It will take place on the following afternoons:
KS1: Monday 17th December.
Years 3 and 4: Thursday 13th December.
Years 5 and 6: Tuesday 11th December.
To prepare for this we are encouraging our classes to do some daily exercise such as a morning shake up or a mile run.
School council would like there to be more cooking in classes so they have decided that to hold an event to raise money to make this possible. This will be happening on Tuesday 30th April after school. There will be a cake sale so any donations of homemade or bought cakes will be greatly appreciated.There will be a couple of competitions: guess the object and guess the sweet. There is also going to be a raffle, with prizes from Merlin Cinemas, Flambards, Roller Disco, Baker Toms and many more! We hope to see as many of you there as possible!
School Council have been meeting every week since the beginning of the year and have been working hard to ensure we pick some exciting projects that will have a positive impact on the school. We thought that it was important to ask the whole school for suggestions for projects that we should work on this year, so with everyone’s ideas we came up with a survey that everybody completed.
The three projects that won and that we aim to work on this year are:
1) Christmas Fun Run - to promote healthy lifestles.
2) Cooking - we will aim to increase the amount of cooking in classes.
3) Playtimes - we will try and make them even better than they already are.
We will be working hard to organise different fundraising events throughout the year to make these projects possible. We will keep you updated with our progress!