School Council and Pupil Voice
At St Anne’s we aim to be a community that fosters positive relationships. We believe that Pupil Voice is an integral part of our school community. By providing our pupils with the opportunities to have their say and influence our school for the better, we empower our pupils to achieve their dreams and aspirations.
Through representation on School Council and as Friendship and Sports Ambassadors we give our pupils the key skills of:
Our Pupil Voice plays an important role in:
Collecting pupil opinions through the school
Reporting back to senior leaders and governors
Organising whole school events
Raising money for charity
Completing environmental projects
In all we do: We Learn to Love and Love to Learn.....in Readiness for Life.
Our Friendship Ambassadors made lovely cards to send out to people in care homes who are lonely at Christmas. We hope they will bring them some festive cheer.
“They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old:
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning
We will remember them.”
Thank you so much to everyone who brought in their hand prints. We had so many we ended up making two wreaths! We loved reading all of your messages of remembrance, hope and peace.
Children in Need
Thank you to everyone who came in their own clothes and brought in donations. We raised over £200 as a school which will help children across the world who are in need of our help.
Look out for our Friendship Ambassadors on the playground at break and lunchtime. They will be around ready to help anyone who is feeling lonely or just fancies a chat.
Pupil Voice 2020-2021
This is our first project for this year. The Pupil Voice Rainbow Challenge will be in each child’s SCORE Passport. There will be six challenges posted over the year. The seventh box is for a random act of kindness, and will be awarded by your teachers. For each challenge you complete, you will receive a stamp. Anyone who completes all of the challenges will be entered into a prize draw at the end of the year.
Challenge 1 – Set by our Sports Ambassadors
In November, Joe Wicks did an incredible 24 hour workout for the BBC Children in Need Challenge 2020. At St Anne’s we aimed to match this! We asked all of our children to pledge 15 minutes of fitness.
Our amazing Sports Ambassadors thought of five exercises that anyone could try at home or in school.
A massive thank you to everyone who pledged their 15 minutes!
We are proud to announce that as a school we managed to nearly double our target of 24 hours.
We also raised £270 which was split between Children in Need and the Poppy Appeal.
Thank you for all of your support!
Friendship Ambassador Project