School Council 2018/2019
School Council Representatives 2018/2019
Road Safety Awareness
School Council Representatives 2017/2018
Olivia was last year's School Council Prize Winner
Our aim for this year is to promote online safety and active travel
Edu and Evie Y2
Ruby and Noah Y3
Donny and Isla Y4
Millie and Owen Y5
Ellie and Ryan Y6
AUTUMN TERM AGENDA
New members introduction
Plan Walk to School Week with Mrs Wadsworth
Choose Class Walk to School Week Winners
eSafety class poster competition with Mrs Wadsworth
Class Notices / Update Web Page
Friendship Stop / Playbags & playground equipment / Bike and Scooter review
Start to create our new School Travel Plan towards a Bronze Award with Andy Allen & Rachel from Wigan Council
Plan an eSafety Week / Assembly with Mrs Wadsworth/Miss Corless
Walk to School Surveys and Maps
Our Local Environment - Outdoor planting updates with Mrs Pennington
Clapgate Lane Survey to complete - do we need a speed barrier outside of school?
Walk to School Shoes Day Tuesday 17th May 2016 - we raised £82.50 towards the Butterfly Project Charity
Bike/Scooter Day arranged with Wigan Council
Sainsbury voucher count and active playground storage equipment ordered with Mrs Wadsworth
(Summer Project / School Talent Show with Miss Fletcher / Mr Rigby) TBC
One of our latest outdoor projects was to help in the design of our new outdoor 'prayer space' with Mr Cooke.
We have also planted a Jubilee Oak and a copse of trees in the far corner of the school field as part of our outdoor environment plans courtesy of Woodlands Trust/Sainsburys
WOW Badges - Walk Once a Week Project
Isaac in year 5 was our school council eSafety poster competition winner
eSafety assembly - Let's Create a Better Internet - Monday 10th February 2014
Mrs Jackson, our Headteacher, introduced our new School Council on her arrival at St Paul's.
Over the past 5 years there have been many school council initiatives.....
Our last one was to raise funds for the Ruiru Orphange in Kenya by collecting Sainsbury vouchers within our school community and using skipping as a way to involve our school and Kenya.
you can contact your school council member using messaging on our learnanywhere VLE
Above is Dr Clare Garnsey, who came to tell us all about the RUIRU development fund, during one of our fund raising assemblies. Further details are available within school about our current fund raising.
If you would like to enter any of our skipping challenges, buy a skipping rope or collect Sainsbury vouchers then please see your class school council member.
School Council at Hawkley High