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School Council

Our School Council represents the views of all our pupils.

It gives children the opportunity to make their voices heard and feel part
of the whole school community.

Some of the things we have achieved in the recent past include:

  • introduction of a Prayer Room for our Muslim pupils
  • helping design the new school dinner menu 
  • getting the prize for the winning house made more exciting (a cinema trip)
  • choosing and buying lots of new play equipment
  • sorting problems with rotas, like table tennis and football
  • starting Friendship Stop on the playground for children who might not have anyone to play with
  • getting a pond and wildlife area
  • changing the rules on PE kit so you can wear your house colour

Messages From School Council

 

September 2019

 

Our focus for this term is on making our school more environmentally friendly. We are trying to reduce our impact on the environment by using less power, less plastic and creating less waste.

 

November 2019

Our mission from this month is to get at least one new tree planted on our grounds!

 

December 2019

We are working with or new school dinner caterers to feed back on their menus and to try to get them to use less plastic.

School Council Members 2019-20

 

Chair: Isla Murphy

Vice-Chair: Mia Slodczyk-Kemp

Secretary: Imani Khan

 

Class

Representative(s)

R Bay

Brooke Machin-Smith (Y6)

R Holly

Addison Poyzer (Y5)

1 Chestnut

Ruban Khan (Y6)

1 Palm

Amelia Scott & Lottie Hodgett-Young (Y4)

2 Sycamore

Tyrion Freeman

2 Willow

Dexter Boyd

3 Elm

George Nicolaou

3 Rowan

Conor Brown

4 Bonsai

Amelia Scott

4 Poplar

Lottie Hodgett-Young

5 Maple

Ali Ali

5 Oak

Addison Poyzer

Y6

Abigail Kirby, Imani Khan, Mia Slodczyk-Kemp, Brooke Machin-Smith, Ruban Khan, Isla Murphy

 

Welcome to Parkdale Primary School, Summer Term 2018-19....

Attendance

Current Term:

  • Autumn Half Term One 2019-20 - 96.70%
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Previous Term:

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Overall: 2017-18 = 96.8%, 2018-19 97%

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