Mrs Roberts had explained that we are often approached by different charities to raise money, the school parliament went on to feed back about the charities that they had discussed with their peers.
- Battersea dogs and cats home
- Chester Zoo
- Rainbow Trust
- Lymphoma charity
- Cancer research
- Australian bush fires
- Make a wish
We talked about different ways in which we could select some of these charities, some ideas being to select an animal and a cancer charity and for these to pulled out of a hat. We also talked about having a class charity and each class supporting a different charity. We have decided to go back to our classes and get the feedback from our peers, as to how best we select our charity
Miss Kilpatrick talked to the children about attendance and how it is important that children attend school for as much time, as it is possible for them to do so. She asked us to think of ways for next weeks meeting in which we can share this message and encourage good attendance.
Actions from last week
Year 6 children from the school parliament have worked with Miss Davies and created a timetable to allow the use of the trim trail safely, as part of this they are now going to work on some rules to share with all the classes before we begin the timetable.
Year 4/5 children had started to think about their ideas for hoodies and how they can be safely worn in school, they will have a a full list of useful tips for wearing hoodies by the next meeting
Year 3/4 children have thought of some ideas for a craft competition and selected a design your own top/t-shirt with a Welsh symbol, we are going to talk about this further in next week's meeting to look at how we can share the craft competition idea.