Welcome to this years school councillors, chosen to represent their class by their class members:
Your School Council this year have…
•attended meetings regularly in their lunchtimes.
•considered all request slips and communicated decisions.
•helped organise fund raising for – Superheroes Day for Children In Need
•Started to prepare a Childrens Playground Charter to make clear the rights and responsibilities on every child when in the playground.
•Invited a representative from Operation Christmas Child to assembly to invite us to send shoe boxes of gifts all over the world.
Current Projects / Work…
The School Council were keen to find out views and look at ways they can help improve our school. In order to do this the school council carried out a learning walk through school and a pupil survey.
” Thank you to all those who participated in the recent school council survey during their play times. ”
There were many positive views of our school with all the children reporting that they feel safe.
Positives About Our School…
•space to run
•fantastic art work
Lots of fabulous suggestions were made on ways we could improve our school. School council are considering all of the suggestions made and devising a plan of action. Your class representatives will share this with you soon!
Muxton e-cadets are a team of e-safety ambassadors made up of children in KS1 (Minis) and KS2 (e-cadets). Led by pupils, the e-cadets act as the peer mentors who convey important e-safety messages and train their classmates through a series of curriculum based activities.
Each e-cadet has access to the e-cadets website where they are given the information, resources and guidance to help them plan, organise and deliver e-safety lessons on a variety of themes.
Our e-cadets are visible around school and are available for children to talk to about their e-safety issues or concerns. When an e-cadet feels unsure or needs further information , the website also provides an instant messenger facility which supports the e-cadets in answering any questions they may have.
The team are mentored by Mrs Sykes and through regular meetings, the e-cadets are given the skills and knowledge to enable them to confidently lead sessions where the aim is to inform and raise awareness of the importance of e-safety.
Their first challenge was to create an e-cadet promise to outline the aims of the team and demonstrate their commitment to the initiative.
Muxton E-Cadet Promise