Our Pupil Parliament visited County Hall in Hertford to take part in the Raising of the Flag ceremony.
They had a great morning meeting various dignitaries and exploring the building. The highlight was to sit in the Council chamber and conduct their own meeting.
Thank you to Herts County council for making us so welcome and to our Pupil Parliament who behaved impeccably!
The NSPCC have put on two great assemblies in school this week. They shared important messages and reminded pupils how to stay safe. They will be back next week to do some workshops in Year 6.
As a thank you for the brilliant work this charity does, our Pupil Parliament have decided to organise a fundraising initiative. From Monday until the January 31st there will be a jar in each classroom to collect copper coins.
Please send in any loose change to go in the jars to support this charity!
Our pupil parliament would like to say thank you to the whole school community -families, pupils and teachers – for their support of the Children in Need fundraising day. The school raised a massive £464 for the charity by wearing pyjamas for the day and selling cakes on the playground. Well done guys!
Please support Pupil Parliament with their fund raising for Children in Need.
On Friday November 17th, pupils (and staff!) can wear pyjamas and slippers to school in return for a £1 donation.
There will also be a cake sale on the KS2 playground after school on that same day. Please donate generously.
Many congratulations to our newly appointed Pupil Parliament members who have been voted by their classmates to represent them this year.
Each candidate presented to their class and convinced them that they have the skills and ideas to make a difference to school life.
Following the first meeting, the representatives will be talking to their classes about what they aim to achieve this year.