Our School Council is elected every September. There are two representatives from each KS2 class who successfully win an election campaign where they prepare speeches for their class.
Thank you to everyone who donated to our harvest collection. Everything was donated to St Pauls' local food bank.
Liverpool Schools Parliament
Three representatives from our school attend Liverpool School Parliament meetings every half term. They are great ambassadors for our school.
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Health & Safety Inspectors
Every lunchtime, Health & Safety Inspectors inspect each classroom to check that children have left their classrooms and cloak areas neat, tidy and that there are no health and safety issues. Children record the results on their chart and during Friday's assembly they announce which classes have improved and which classes need to do better.
Anybody in Years 3-6 wishing to be our Health and Safety Inspectors, please see Mrs Lane who will sign you up and let you know what date you begin your duty.
School Council Holocaust Research Competition
School Council organised a competition for Holocaust Memorial Day. KS2 children were asked to research this topic at home and write down the information they found. School Council members were very impressed with the effort so many of the children had put into their work.
The four winners who were chosen were accompanied by Mrs Lane on a visit to Liverpool Town Hall. Here they were lucky enough to meet three survivors of the Holocaust who shared their own personal stories about the experience of the Holocaust.
Our School Council have been working with our lunchtime supervisors and have arranged for Posh Nosh to happen each Friday. Here is a video of two members announcing the news and details of Posh Nosh during our weekly Good News Assembly.
Here is a video showing two members of our School Council who spoke to our Governors about their role in school at the latest Governor's meeting.