Letter From Your School Council
The Wise Owls
This year our school council decided to hold a ‘wear pyjamas to school’ day to raise money for Children in Need.
School Council Projects
|Councillors||Isobel Fletcher (yr6), Laylan Betts (yr6), Jessica Turner (yr5), Cole Haywood (yr5), Charlie Jepson (yr4), Maddison McKay (yr3), Alana Krukowski-Roebuck (yr2), Luke Middleton (yr3), Leila Hush (yr1), Ethan Watson (yr2)|
|What needs to be?
|Who will do it?
|When should it be done by?
- Student Council collaborate to write a letter to parents to tell them about the school tuck shop and how it will support in funding the homework incentive ‘Strive for Pride’
- Student councillors will run it within each classroom
- Tuck shop will run every Friday afternoon after Pride Assembly
Agenda: Homework Incentive
Expectations: Home Learning completed either English or Maths and handed in on time each week
Completed LCWC spelling sheet
Timetables/Rock Stars accessed
Launch: Booklet made and sent home, MYEd, class dojo and website last week of term Autumn 2
Criteria: Achieve home learning expectation every week half termly to get the half-termly class reward, achieve over a full term entered for a raffle to win a prize of their choice, achieve for the whole year to receive end of year reward
Incentive/prize: Decided by the winner ideas shared by councillors; DVD, bike, scooter, piano lessons, karate lesson, McDonalds, bowling, we decided the prize would depend on the winner and what they wanted in terms of a toy, day out, hobbies, etc.
Name: Strive for Pride
Quotes from councillors;
“Maybe we could get some new supplies for school because we all have to have our own things now,” Charlie Jepson. (year 4)
“I would say 5 times a week to read, the more we read the better we get,” Leila. (year 1)
“I would definitely get a bike, I would never miss my homework, I really need a bike,” Ethan. (year 2)
“I think it will get people doing their homework,” Jessica. (year 5)
“I would like to do piano lessons, I could ask my mum if I could carry on doing it after they run out,” Laylan. (year 6)
“We could do a school tuck shop to help pay for it,” Isobel, (year 6)