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School Council

School Council

2019-2020

At the Movies

Three members of our school council were lucky enough to visit The Grange last week and learn how to make videos using Adobe Spark Video. Hopefully we will be able to share these skills with others in school and possibly use this software as part of our Strand Partnership project in the coming months.

Autumn School Council Surgery

The first school council surgery of the year took place last week. The new council introduced themselves and gave feedback about ideas that had been discussed during their weekly meetings. They also announced that it had been a unanimous decision to, once again, support Isaac House as our chosen charity over this school year. Isaac's House Orphanage in Uganda provides a home for children affected by war, HIV and poverty. Many children have lost their parents and have been witness to shocking acts of violence.

          Isaac's House was founded by Paul Howells from Crosby in 2009. Through his passion and determination and with the help of volunteers it continues to grow. We at St Robert Bellarmine want to support him and his charity to help make a difference. Throughout this school year, we will hold different fund raising events to raise money. Please support us to support him.

 

More information about Isaac's House can be found at:

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Isaac's House Assembly

Strand Partnership

This year two of our school councilors will be working with councilors from 22 other schools in the Strand Partnership on a project to promote health and wellbeing within our schools. There will be a series of meetings to be held throughout the year.

Macmillan Coffee Morning

Our first task was to help Mrs Austin at the Macmillan Coffee Morning, which was great fun and a huge success! We managed to raise a staggering £1040! We would like to thank all of the children, parents and grandparents for their great support. We couldn't do it without you.

Council Elections

The year started with elections for our new school council. Children from year 2 to year 6 were asked to submit an application if they wished to become a school councilor. A shortlisting then took place so that there were four candidates for each class; 2 boys and 2 girls. The children from each class were then asked to vote for 1 boy and 1 girl to represent them.

After a very close fought contest in all of the classes, we finally had a newly elected school council for the coming school year.
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Our School Council 2019-2020

School Council 2018-2019

Chairperson

Chairperson 1

Vice-Chairperson and Honorary Member

Vice-Chairperson and Honorary Member 1
Vice-Chairperson and Honorary Member 2

Year 6

Year 6 1
Year 6 2

Year 5

Year 5 1
Year 5 2

Year 4

Year 4 1
Year 4 2

Year 3

Year 3 1
Year 3 2

Year 2

Year 2 1
Year 2 2

 

Our first task was to help Mrs Austin at the Macmillan Coffee Morning, which was great fun and a huge success! We managed to raise over £900! 

 

The half term started with the School Council deciding on which charity they would like to support this year. After a whole school ballot, we decided to support Isaac's House Orphanage in Uganda which provides a home for children affected by war, HIV and poverty. Many children have lost their parents and have been witness to shocking acts of violence.

          Isaac's House was founded by Paul Howells from Crosby in 2009. Through his passion and determination and with the help of volunteers it continues to grow.

          We at St Robert Bellarmine want to support him and his charity to help make a difference. Throughout this school year, we will hold different fund raising events to raise money. Please support us to support him.

 

More information about Isaac's House can be found at:

Children In Need

On Friday 16th November, we will be supporting Children In Need by holding a pyjama day to raise funds for Isaac's House Orphanage. Please help support us in this great cause.

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