Our first meeting on the Richardson Express… how exciting!
‘A message to our Queen’ was our activity today. We all wrote a message we would send to the Queen congratulating her on her 70 year reign. What would your message be?
Today we looked at our Shared Vision to see what has been achieved so far.
- We have planted the trees for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee
- AVSSP competitions have started again and we have taken part in gymnastics, table tennis and cross country.
- Library areas in classrooms have been created.
- Performance club performed a selection of songs for the Celebration of Culture event at Welford Road, Leicester.
- Outdoor play equipment has been purchased for lunchtimes.
- We have a new buddy bench.
- School visits are being booked and Year 6 are looking forward to PGL this year.
- The community store has been organised.
Comic Relief Cake Sale
What a great success! Due to beautiful spring weather we held the sale outside. The selection of cakes was fantastic! Thank you so much. So far we have raised over £150.
Thank you to all school council reps for your help.
Children in Need 2021
Dance competition entry forms are in all classrooms. Please ask your teacher or a school council rep for one, when completed hand it in by Friday 12th.
We are looking forward to hosting our cake sale tomorrow and raising money for a very worthy cause.
Thank you so much for your support.
Always happy to help
Thank you to all School Council reps for helping set up and organise the pumpkins, ready for the parade after school.
All the pumpkins were truly spooktacular!
Thanks to our school council reps for setting up the book fair. It’s always a great success with lots of books sold. It’s lovely to have parents back in school! Thank you for your support.
November 1st 2021- Welcome back!
We’re signing our Shared Vision to show that we all want to work together to achieve more successes for our school.
At our meeting on the 18th October we looked through a catalogue at outdoor play equipment. We made a list of equipment we liked and thought we needed and shared it with the class to get their opinion.We look forward to using it soon!
Thank you to our Key Stage 2 school council reps for attending our Shared Vision meeting. We started the meeting remembering and discussing our school successes over the last two years, some of these were online learning, embark awards and new staff. We then put our ideas forward for our vision for the next year.
School Council 2021
Welcome to our School Council representatives. We are looking forward to having a busy and productive year representing our classes. We will attend regular meetings with Mrs Gregory.
We are very proud of the way the School Council has developed, giving our children the chance to take more responsibility for the decision making that affects them in school. Each class has two representatives and the council runs it’s own meeting each week. Issues are raised during the meeting and wherever possible, dealt with by the children. Major issues raised have included a lack of playground equipment which was resolved by the children raising money themselves to buy new resources.
When appropriate, School Council has actively helped in the recruitment of new staff by thinking of interesting questions for the candidates and expressing a pupil’s view of our school. Two of the older representatives also attend regular meetings with other school councils in the area to share ideas and discuss items which affect our community.
Charity plays a large part in the school calendar and the children take pride in organising different events to help raise much needed funds.