Festive Jumper Day

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BIG THANK YOU

to everyone who came to school today wearing their festive jumper and donated £1.

We raised a massive £263.10! 

                                        

All money raised will be divided equally between Save the Children and St Gemma’s Hospice.

 

 

Meeting – 6th December

This afternoon, School Council talked about the forthcoming Festive Jumper Day (Monday 11th December) and also completed evaluation forms for Leeds City Council Health & Wellbeing Department following the Recycling Workshop that the councillors had recently attended.

It was also last meeting before the Christmas holidays so School Council decided to pose for a silly photo.

Next meeting Wednesday 10th January 2018.

       

 

 

Meeting Minutes 22nd and 29th November

Over the past week School Council have been busy discussing the possibility of organising a Festive Jumper Day to raise money for Save the Children and St Gemma’s Hospice. Also the Council have talked about how school can recruit children to become part of a recycling team following their workshop with Leeds Cit Council’s Waste and Recycling team on Team.

School Council Minutes 22.11.17

School Council Minutes 29.11.17

Waste and Recycling Workshop

This morning School Council Representatives were visited by Leeds City Council’s Waste and Recycling Team. They learnt all about what items you can recycle and where and ideas on how to reduce waste. The Council enjoyed the activities particularly how to make a purse/wallet from an old tetrapak!

          

            

              

 

 

The Little Gym Taken Over

This morning as part of the Takeover Challenge four children from Years 5 and 6 took over The Little Gym.

Jasmine, Cheani, Scarlett and Amelia put reports into envelopes, swept, created a lesson plan and became teachers for three sessions.

      

     

             

 

 

 

More jobs taken over

The takeover challenge has continued this week with Mrs Clark, Miss Murphy and Mr Kay taken over on Monday, Miss Whiteley on Tuesday and Mrs Stott, Mrs Willis, Mrs Cattrell, Mrs Johnston and Mrs Walker who were all taken over today (Friday). Not to mention the Little Gym as well!

Over the past week 67 children have taken over jobs in school and 7 children have taken over jobs in local businesses/organisations.

       

          

          

 

 

Sainburys Taken Over by Children!

This morning four children, Malak, Kristel, Isaac and Oscar ‘took over’ Sainsburys as part of Takeover Day.

After a tour around the store with Chris, the Deputy Manager the children set to work on the checkouts, managing the self service checkouts, in charge of decorating the store and inputting orders for the Café and Bakery.

Karen, The Manager of the store heard what an amazing job that the children were doing so came to investigate and subsequently the children have been invited to come back when they are sixteen to apply for jobs!

                

                  

      

 

 

 

 

 

Takeover Day – Friday 17th November

Today was takeover Day.

The majority of children participating in this year’s challenge took over jobs today although some children will be still taking over jobs in school and also at The Little Gym during next week too.

Below are some of the pictures from today:

   

      

         

          

       

 

 

Takeover Challenge at MAECare

This afternoon, Noven, Kacey and Sophie spent the afternoon at the MAECare (Moor Allerton Eldery Care) offices. After a tour of the building they set to work making cups of tea and coffee for the staff and preparing the activity room ready for the arrival of the Knitting Group members.

They met and greeted the members, made them drinks, took the register and completed a range of other tasks and even so still found the time to make some pom poms and eat chocolate biscuits!

 

Takeover Day Interviews

Thank you to everyone who applied for a job and to be part of Takeover Day.

This year 118 children applied and it was a very hard task over the weekend to create a shortlist. There were so many well presented applications but unfortunately not everyone can be interviewed for jobs.

The list of children that have been shortlisted is up in the KS2 block near the classrooms of Year 5. Please check for your name and the day that you will have your interview.

Good Luck!