Welcome to our
School Council Page!
Due to Covid19 we cannot run School Council as usual. However, we want to ensure our children’s voices are heard so we carried out a Pupil voice questionnaire about returning to school in Spring term 2021. Since welcoming the children back we have focused upon wellbeing and ensuring the children are happy and ready to learn.
To support them with this we asked…
How do you feel about coming back to school?
What is the best thing about being back at school?
Do you feel safe at school? How do you know?
What can you do if you feel worried at school?
Each year group has designed their curriculum to meet the needs of their learners upon returning.
Children in Key Stage 1 completed a network hand of people they can talk to or strategies they can use if they are feeling worried.
Reception have been enjoying Forest School and exploring their outdoor learning environment.
I am happy because I get to see my teachers and friends. (Kingfisher class)
The children have also been taking part in weekly woodwork sessions.
I like learning new things at school. I missed own learning. (Starling class)
In Year 1 the children have enjoyed learning all about the Circus and have taken part in a Circus inspirational day.
I felt nervous and shy at first but then I was excited to be at school. (Goldfinch class)
Each classroom has a ‘Calm corner’ to develop children’s emotional literacy as well as sensory resources to support self-regulation.
In Year 2 the children have explored a range of books linked to PSHRE and growth mindset.
I feel safe at school because I am with my friends and we wash our hands to stay safe. (Barn Owl)
The children have enjoyed learning about ‘The Great Fire of London’. They created their own artwork and even used a quill and ink.
I like learning new things. If I get stuck I will use things in the classroom to help me.
Due to COVID restrictions at the moment, unfortunately School Council meetings are unable to take place. As soon as council can meet again, this page will be updated with the council information.
*Found ways to make the playground more exciting.
Great Fire of London Inspirational Day