School Council

‘WASPS: A kind and friendly school, where learning is fun and we try our best in everything we do.’  Class 3E

We aim to enable our pupils to contribute actively in the running and organisation of the school. The School Council provides a forum for discussion on issues that directly affect the children.

Subjects that the council have discussed have included redesigning our play spaces and developing a system of ‘Playground Buddies’.

Meetings take place on a twice termly basis with representatives from each class attending.

Click to read the most recent School Council Minutes


 


Samaritan's Purse

Members of our School Council helped a representative from Samaritan's Purse, load his car with the 95 boxes that the families of WASPS have donated to the Christmas Shoe Box Appeal. These boxes, containing a variety of small presents, sweets, soap, toothbrushes tooth paste, writing pencils and paper etc., will now be sent to children around the world who otherwise would receive nothing at Christmas, showing them that someone cares.

For more information go to - the Operation Christmas Child website.


 

Making a Super-Dream Come True: £144 Raised!

We donated the takings from our Disney-Themed Mufti Day to Super-Dream. Click to read the letter of thanks.


RUH Space for Cancer Care Campaign

WASPS made a donation towards this charity from the proceeds of the Christmas performances to the 'Forever Friends Appeal'. Click to read the letter from the appeal organisers.

 


Comic Relief 2013: £545 Raised!

The School Council this year voted to support Red Nose Day. A massive 300 red noses were sold in the playground before and after school by pupils in Year 6.

On Friday 15th March pupils paid 50p to come dressed in something red. The exact figure is not yet in, but will be in the region of £500 raised for Comic Relief!


WASPS Supports Schools in Sierra Leone:

Dear WASPS,

Here are some photos of the furniture that WASPS kindly donated, in use in the 3 schools in Sierra Leone. I hope you enjoy them as much as I did and are thrilled to see the furniture being put to good use. In one photo you can see much of the old broken stuff piled up at the back of the room. The overwhelming message from the team is that the furniture has made a huge difference and they are very grateful.
So thank you again,

Sandy Hewit


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