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School Council 2016.17

At Statham we meet most weeks as a school council to plan events for school, usually with a charity theme. Back in Autumn term we organised the Macmillan coffee morning and we presented an assembly to the whole school explaining what the charity was all about. We raised an amazing £228.44 and are very grateful for all of the cake donations you sent into school.

One of our Y6 pupils attended school council to share his idea about raising money for The Archie Foundation- this is based at The Royal Aberdeen Children’s Hospital and was a charity close to his heart. He raffled a signed football and  raised £58.

School council also were responsible for selling poppies on behalf of The Royal British Legion and raised £251.38. Towards the end of Autumn term, they then organised the shoebox collection.

Now we are in Spring term, we are collaborating on anew project to make our playtimes even more fun and inclusive for all. It is the role of school councillors to develop a peer support scheme and we are in the early phase of gathering pupil voice before we determine how to set up the scheme. We are also currently looking to invest in new play resources which may well require our next fund raising intiative!

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