Tuesday, 14 November 2017

Minutes 14th November 2017

Minutes 14th November 2017
It went well greeting the visitors we felt that we made them very welcome. Year 5 wanted maths to be before break and english after. We all wanted posters for different things (only important notices). We also suggested to have a goodie raffle where we pick any goodies. Year 5 wants to run a golden mile for about 5 minutes. Jamie wants a plant entertainment area where children can have fun watering the plants. We might be able to plant poppies for Remembrance Day and we can put a protective fence to protect the plants from being destroyed. We might be able to hold a football charity club to help children in need around the world. We obviously need cameras for wasting water in the toilets (would this be cost effective?). We need to stop dropping litter all over the school and all over the community. When are we going to have a talent show? We always need to switch the lights off when we leave the class.
Next week we shall create posters to put up in our community to tell everyone to stop dropping litter.
If you would like to make a poster you can just give it to one of the school councillors before next week.

Minutes taken by Abdullah



  1. This week w are talking about the space in the playground and we came up with ideas. Evan suggested we have chalkboards and white boards so children can and draw there. Ollie said we could have giant ones on the wall and more children can use it. We also all thought that we could have some nice grass n the secret garden with some benches and take it in turns to use like we do the muga.

  2. Year 3 told us all about the posters that was made in the school council meeting. They loved the idea that the class could make a poster at home and put them on the fence near the church. We also discussed the hunting of wild animals and the class was very vocal about the fact that they don't think its very nice. Tye thinks that wild animals are meant to be wild and not as pets. Our class wants to make posters about this and tweet Donald Trump about him not allowing these beautiful animals.
    We also asked if anything had been decided for the secret garden.


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