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OUR SCHOOL COUNCIL AND AMBASSADORS

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WHY DO WE HAVE A SCHOOL COUNCIL?

It is a way for children to raise issues and concerns.

It is a structured forum for discussion and decision-making.

It creates a feeling of belonging, and encourages listening to others.

It helps children develop responsible attitudes.

HOW DOES THE SCHOOL COUNCIL WORK?

OUR SCHOOL COUNCIL MEMBERS

Our School Council is made up of pupils from Years 5 & 6, along with Mrs Plank and Mr Cline.  

The Y5 team of Seth, Ella and Lola are arranging times with Y5/6 classes for presentation and votes to elect the new School Coucil Representatives.

You can read the minutes of their meetings, once they are published, by clicking on the Word documents below.

OUR LEARNING AMBASSADORS

Isabelle, Tom, Tibbie and Henry, our new Learning Ambassadors, took a visit to William Parker Academy to see how and what older pupils are learning. Observing lessons and taking walks around the learning environments helped them understand how a senior school operates. They noticed some similarities to primary schools but also lots of differences e.g. the school was larger than ours and some lessons were different; food technology and art were a favourite. The ambassadors brought back some fabulous ideas that you may see around our school in the future.

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OUR BUSINESS AMBASSADORS

The Business Ambassadors have been sent on their first voyage, into the unknown world of tourism as a business. We learnt about how Hastings has lots of seasonal businesses and about the fishing fleet in Hastings. We had a go at making our own ice-cream (which is trickier than it looks!) We also got to see behind the scenes at the Stables Theatre.

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