We are the School Council. We help make lots of important decisions within the school. We help Mrs Mayman organise lots of fundraising and exciting events.
Keep watching this page for more exciting things that we have been up to!
We are our school representatives for the Waterton Parliament. We have 6 meetings across the year and meet with other children from the School Council across our Academies.
Children in Need 2017
A huge well done to the School Council who organised a really fun day in school. Everyone came to school dressed in spots and enjoyed doing lots of fun activities throughout the day. We also had a bun sale. Thank you to everyone that supported – we raised a massive £398.80!
Deputy Prime Minister Speech 1
Deputy Prime Minister Speech 2
School Lunch Tasting Session
We had a brilliant afternoon tasting some delicious food that will be going onto the new school lunch menu shortly. We all loved what we tasted and enjoyed talking to the cook about what we liked and what we would change. He listened to our ideas and said that he will consider them when putting together the ingredients for the new menu.
We are looking forward to inviting our Parents/Carers into school soon as they too will have the opportunity of tasting the food and saying what they like and dislike.
Keep checking this page for pictures of this session.
A huge well done to our wonderful School Council. They were wonderful ambassadors of the school and loved serving our parents at the lunch tasting session. We had some valuable feedback from our parents about what they liked and what the did not like.
Red Nose Day 2017
Take a look at our Red Nose Day Rap below!!!
Last year we raised lots of cash under the theme of ‘How red can you get!’
Anti-Bullying Week November 2016
The School Council have worked hard to make up a team rap. Click on this link to watch us perform this to the children in Reception. We then asked each class to make up an anti-bullying rap.
Our visit to the Mayor!
We went to visit the Mayor and had a wonderful time. We asked her lots of questions and Mrs Mayman said we were a credit to the school.
In January Mrs Mayman has organised a trip to meet the Mayor in her Chambers and observe a Council meeting take place in the County Hall. We are all very excitied about it!