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Junior Leadership Team 2015/2016

“Whatever the challenge, no matter what. We’ll always deliver and never give up”

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 Hi, we’re the Junior Leadership Team, and it is our job to get your views on how we can make our school even better. You may have seen us recently on the playground, asking children and parents for their ideas. You have given us lots of things to think about. Look out for our newsletter The Voice – where we’ll keep you updated.

We meet every half term and feel very lucky to have a school that listens to us.

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“Every child has the right to have a say in all matters affecting them, and to have their views taken seriously.”  

 

 

 

 

'The Voice' Newsletter:
Anti-bullying Edition 2014
Autumn 2014
Spring 1 2015
Spring 2 2015
Summer 1 2015
Summer 2 2015
Autumn 2015 - Royal Edition
 
Anti - Bullying

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Hi, we’re your Anti-bullying Ambassadors. We ensure everyone feels happy and safe in school and we do this in lots of different ways. We are currently setting up our “Happy Hut” on the playground, so children can come and speak with us if they have any worries. You will recognise us on the playground by our yellow sashes.

 

Through Assemblies, posters and leaflets we let people know how to stay safe in school and on the internet. We have even written a rap about our “Record it, Report it, Don’t support it” campaign. We hope you like it.

 

  Prince William Introduction piece  

  Meeting Prince William Powerpoint by Paige Tyler-Crisp

 Friendship Policy (Link)

 

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Record it, Report it, don’t support it

If there’s a bully in school, we can’t ignore it

Record it, Report it, don’t support it

If there’s a bully in school, we can’t ignore it

We love our school, it’s where we feel safe

So our message to you bullies “get out of our space”

Record it, Report it, don’t support it

If there’s a bully in school we simply can’t ignore it

Record it, Report it, don’t support it

If there’s a bully in school, we can’t ignore it

 If you see something happening that you know is not right

You gotta tell someone, we can then put it right.

Record it, Report it, don’t support it

If there’s a bully in school, we can’t ignore it

Record it, Report it, don’t support it

If there’s a bully in school, we can’t ignore it

 We have a right to be happy, a right to be safe

We don’t want any bullies spoiling our place.

Record it, Report it, don’t support it

Record it, Report it, don’t support it

Record it, Report it, don’t support it

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

           

 

 

 

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Every year, as part of Anti-Bullying Week, we hold our Pride of Quarry Bank Award Ceremony. We nominate children in our class for the following awards :-

 Good Role Model

 Team Player

  Friendship

 

 This year it will be held on Friday 20th November – We’ll put some photos for you to see on the website.

 

 

 

Rights Respecting Ambassadors

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“Rights are there to ensure that we as children grow as healthy as possible, can learn at school, receive protection, have our views listened to and are treated fairly.”

 

 

In March, 2015, we achieved level 1 recognition from UNICEF for our work on the rights of the child

and are now working towards level 2.

“The school has a warm, welcoming atmosphere. Relationships between pupils and staff are very supportive. Anti-bullying work is very strong. Opinion boards used across the school provide a clear mechanism for children to express their views on topical and difficult issues.”

Frances Bestley RRSA Programme Director

 

 
This year we have been working with Dr Roger Morgan OBE as part of Pupils2Parliament. Pupils 2 Parliament works with schools to gather and submit views for public consultations. We get to vote on different topics and give our opinions – so far we have discussed - What makes a good teacher, Looking after water, and Dangerous Dogs.

Dr Morgan is visiting us again on   13th October.

Denying child rights is wrong. Put it right.

 

 

 

                            Project GambiaTeam

 
Project Gambia 2017 report
Gambia Baby Flyer
TAPS Gambia Newsletter June 2016
Project Team Gambia 2016 Presentation
Project Gambia - Spring 2015
 
 
 

On 29th April we went to Ridgewood High School to hear all about their visit to the Gambia.   

They told us how they had visited schools in Kanifing, Half Dye and Madiana, where they did art and music with the children. As you can see the children really loved all the shoe boxes we had sent filled with goodies. While they were there they worked hard decorating the classrooms, as the children have no books or whiteboards, they learn from what is painted in on the walls. It was sad to see nursery children sitting in a classroom with no tables or chairs and having to write in the dirt where they sat, so before they left they made small blackboards for every child to use.

We will be launching our Sole2Sole shoe appeal this autumn,

so please keep any shoes you may have to help the children in Gambia.


 
P2P Report - Punishment for littering
P2P Report - Looking After Water
P2P Report - Punishments for Dog Crimes    
P2P Report - Teachers    
P2P Report - Getting people interested in science    
P2P Report - Robots & thinking computers    
P2P Report - Testing Driverless cars  

 

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