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"I like school because I like learning new things and seeing my friends and teachers." Elsie, Primrose Class | "I feel safe in school and I know I can talk to the teachers if I have any worries." James T, Daisy Class | "I like being outside on the obstacle course." Teddy, Bluebell Class | "I like the kitchen in the role play area." Ruby, Snowdrop Class | "I like being with my friends." Jason, Poppy Class | "I like it when we make things... It's creative!" William, Daisy Class | "I like doing work with numbers." Charlie D, Bluebell Class | "I like playing on the wobbly bridge." Elliott, Snowdrop Class | "I like swimming." Jennifer, Poppy Class
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School Council

Ghost Hill School Council

 

We are proud to have an active School Council at Ghost Hill Infant School. Each class elects two members to represent them on the School Council. These children then report back and collect ideas from their class.

 

The council meets once a fortnight to talk about whole school issues and new ideas for our School. These ideas are then shared with the Senior Leadership in the School. The School Council is supported by Mrs Tubb.

 

The School council is very busy across the school year. In November we came to school in fancy dress, held a cake sale and collected small change to raise a total of £400 for Children in Need.

 

At Christmas time we raise money to support our two sponsered children in Ghana and encourage our classes to bring in items to help fill Shoe Boxes to support families in need across Europe.

 

During the spring term we take part in the RSPB big school bird watch, counting the birds in our school and submitting our data to the RSPB. We also have lots ideas for celebrating Book Week every March.

 

For comic relief we sell Red Nose merchandise every lunch time in the library. Our record amount raised during Comic Relief week is £533.

 

We recently purchased new equipment for our playground including a basketball net and small world farm set. We also purchased caterpillars and nets for each class to observe the life cycle of a butterfly at close range. We have also chosen a suggestion box for the school, so other children in the school can share their ideas with us.

 

 

 

 

This is what our school council members say they do:

 

        

 

 

Above is a picture of our current school council members.

 

 

 

Taverham New Development

 

Chris Wilson-Town visited our School Council to discuss the proposed new development for Taverham. Chris is part of the Taverham Parish Council steering group who have produced a Neighbourhood Plan (see map below) and questionnaire. He shared these plans with our School Council and asked for their opinions. He was keen to find out what they would spend money on to make the Taverham area better.

 

 

         

 

 

 

Tree Planting in Ghost Hill Wood

 

On Monday 3rd February members of the school council went to Ghost Hill Wood to help the woodland volunteers plant some trees. We planted some Field Maple and Spindle trees, digging holes and making sure all the roots went in to help them grow. Later we looked online to find out what the trees will look like when they grow.

 

 

       

 

 

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