All the children that took part in the nominations last week were an absolute credit to themselves, the school and their classes. The speeches were fantastic, we’re sure that a future Prime minister lies amongst our pupils!
We do now have our School Council representatives for this year. Congratulations to the following children. We know that they will do a fantastic job.
|Head Chair Person||Jack|
|Deputy Chair Person||Tui and Maisy|
|ECO council head||Tui|
|Deputy head of Eco council||Kara|
|Fundraising ambassador||Joshua B|
|Behaviour/Corridor monitor||Ruby C|
This week was the school council elections for September 2017. It started by the current school council running through the busy year they have had. We their anti-bullying campaign across Swindon and their many fundraising events. Then it was time for the new candidates to have their time to persuade the voters! We had 15 Year 5 candidates. Each candidate wrote a manifesto and
This is our award from Parliament Education Service.
This term saw the launch of our school café, which is run by the school council. People were able to enjoy a drink and run or walk around the golden KM track.
This term at Westrop Primary school, the school council have taken the anti-bullying message out into the schools of Swindon. The school council have worked alongside the STEP project and Nythe Primary school to create an anti-bullying vision, poster and rap. The children from the school council created a power point presentation about anti-bullying and why it is good to be different. The Westrop
On Friday 23rd September, the school council organised a Macmillan Coffee Morning. It was a huge success and everyone enjoyed themselves! We raised £115.01.
A massive thank you to our tuck shop helpers.
This week was the school council elections for September 2016. It started by the current school council running through the busy year they have had. Max and Lauren wrote an excellent speech. Then it was time for the new candidates to have their time to persuade the voters! We had 15 Year 5 candidates. Each candidate wrote a manifesto and speech. We had a
On the 4th July 2016, the school council and eco-council went to visit the Houses of Parliament. First we spoke to Justin Tomlinson who is an MP. He told us about his journey to becoming an MP. Then we went on a tour of Parliament and even went into the House of Commons and the House of Lords. A big thank you Justin Tomlinson