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KEEPING YOU IN TOUCH - YOUR FREE MONTHLY NEWSPAPER DELIVERED DOOR-TO-DOOR FOR 31 YEARS All Saints’ CE Primary School Council


We are All Saints’ CE Primary School Council. We are elected by our class mates to represent our class in meetings and to listen to our friends. We meet every half-term to discuss issues and any topics that we can get involved with in the community.


Our school is a Fairtrade school and every year the School Council runs a tuck shop and Fairtrade stall at Christ Church Coffee Morning.


Some of our successes have been new picnic benches in the playground, new funky toilet seats in the KS1 toilets, new toys in our Lunchtime play shed and initiating certificate winners to have an early lunch on a Friday. In the past, we have even helped interview for our new head teacher and went to the local council to try and get cars to slow down to 20 mph around our estate. We also raised awareness about all the dog mess around St. Helens


Street by writing to the local press.


We are currently trying to raise money for our new playground and to encourage healthy eating and getting fit by supporting the whole school (even teachers) in running a mile a day around our playground.


“I love being on the School Council, wearing my badge and having the biscuits Miss Dykes brings to our meetings.” Leona Paterson, Y3 Class Representative.


“I am very proud to have been elected by my class and I wear my School Council Badge with pride.” Sam Christian, Y6 Co-Chairperson.


“Part of our job is to go to Mrs. Smallwood to discuss what we have talked about in our meetings; we feel we are really part of the decision making in our school.” Kara Beattie, Y6 Co-Chairperson.


“I feel happy about going to the meetings and important because I help my classmates and teachers.” Alex Coyle, Year 3 Representative.


The last meeting of the School Council was held on Wednesday 17th January 2018.


Are you looking to choose a school for your child?


All Saints’ Nursery is now offering 30 hours provision


as well as continuing our morning nursery sessions for children aged 3 and over


You are welcome to visit our lovely Nursery and Reception classes. Enjoy the interactive Foundation play area, explore the curriculum, see the menus for the freshly cooked school meals, visit our Breakfast and After School Club and meet our happy children and staff!


www.allsaintscockermouth.org.uk Tel: 01900 823431


INFO@THECOCKERMOUTHPOST.CO.UK ISSUE 422 | 25 JANUARY 2018 | 48


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