As a School Council we promise to:
Be good role models,
Listen to ALL Children,
Be good communicators,
Respect other people and their feelings,
Give feedback to our teachers and classmates.
The School Council take their roles very seriously, they all thought about what they would contribute individually to improve their school.
"Together we will make the school a better place."
"We will look after new children."
"We would like to help look after the reception children."
"We will look after the playground."
"We will make sure everybody is happy."
"We will keep the whole school tidy and litter free."
"We will help raise funds to buy more games."
Miss Bond had the pleasure of taking some of our school councillors to the Armistice Day service in Crewe this week. The children laid a wreath on behalf of the school and were interested to find out what the service involved. They spoke to The Mayor of Crewe and several representatives of the Royal British Legion who welcomed them to the service and thanked them for attending.
As always, the children were fantastic ambassadors for our school, they were polite, respectful, and asked lots of questions to further their understanding of the event.
Well done children!
We were asked by Mrs Jones to find out what the children at Underwood West thought about the school dinners that are served. We came together to discuss what were our favourite meals and how we thought they could be improved before asking the members of our classes for their opinions.
We have also discussed how playtimes could be improved, thinking about ways in which they can be more enjoyable and fun full all the children and will be sharing our findings with Mrs Jones.
Some members of the school council were asked to think about questions that they could ask new members of staff as they were interviewed, they even got to ask these questions to the candidates and share their opinions with Mrs Jones.