Parish Council Memorial Stone
Our school council joined children from the three Billinge schools and local councillors to plant a memorial tree in Bankes Park. We revisited the park to unveil a memorial stone which commemorates the centenary of the end of the Great War. Cllr Joe Pearson explained to the children why the solitary tree is so important in ensuring that we remember those that fell during the war and Cllr McDonnell invited all the children to feed the tree to help it grow healthy and strong in the coming years.
Members of the School Council are pictured below using the new ‘Trim-Trail’ that was installed during the half-term break. The School Council responded to requests from their KS2 peers asking for some climbing facilities on their playground. They investigated suppliers and explored costs before making recommendations to the School Leadership Team-Result!
Be the first to complete Mrs Pickett's Computing Survey and have your say about what you think of our Computing in school. To complete the survey log in to your VLE page and click on the Discussions tab. Complete the 'Computing Survey'.
Over the next few weeks the elected members of the school council( listed below) will be working hard to populate their page. Also listed below are the elected members of the Eco Council. To visit their page click on this link:
Last year, the School Council decided that the KS1 playground was looking a little shabby.As aresult, the PTFA were approached and asked if they could help. Hey Presto- three months later we have lovely new playground markings which brighten up the place as well as providing some great opportunities for playing games together.Another great result for you and your school council.
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In a recent School Council meeting, it was suggested that we introduce a 'Posh Nosh' table in the dinner hall so that our' Pupil of the Week' winners could be rewarded by having dinner with invited guests, teachers and Governors. Two weeks later and guess what?