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ALL THE LATEST NEWS, VIEWS AND STORIES FROM AROUND YOUR LOCAL AREA:NOVEMBER/DECEMBER


COCKERMOUTH SCHOOL NEWS


TRY OUR NEW SUNDAY ROAST SHARING PLATTER


The last few months have really highlighted the power of student voice. Greta Thunberg, among others, has united millions of students across the world with a universal aim to combat the current climate crisis. We believe, at Cockermouth School we too can harness the power of student voice through the use of the new Student Council. The new Student Council has four sections: Eco, Charities, Wellbeing and Learning.


The Eco section will be run by Rosie Brunton and Evie Williams (Y11). The main focus for this section is the reduction of single use plastic within school and the conservation of energy.


Eve Christian (Y11) will lead the Charities section, where we will select one or two local charities to work with throughout the year by fundraising and raising awareness. We will also be continuing the school's excellent work with the local Foodbank.


Our Wellbeing section will be led by Josh Dean and Lucy Steel (Y11). Josh and Lucy have worked very closely with the award-winning mental health group ‘WeWill’ and have lots of experience in this field. We will be looking at ways to improve both the mental and physical health of all students.


Ewan Brown (Y10) will lead the Learning section, where our main aims are to increase the use of student voice within learning and to improve students’ understanding of the way each one of us learns.


The Student Council as a whole, will be directed by me, Charlotte Parry (Y11). My aim is to ensure that students feel empowered to actively share their thoughts, views and opinions openly. In doing so, students and staff will work together in constructive discussions, where there is a culture of trust and respect in which everyone’s views are valued.


Form Representatives from across the school will be encouraged to choose which of the above sections they wish to contribute to and will work in collaboration with other students and staff. However, the Student Council is not restricted to Form Representatives; anyone can join our meetings, the students at Cockermouth School are incredibly driven and full of ideas! The new Student Council will ensure that we hear as many voices as possible. We have lots planned for this year, so watch this space!


Charlotte Parry Year 11


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BOTHEL GARDENING CLUB Pmkin Fe


Pumpkin Fest was the chance for the families to enjoy all things Pumpkin! There was a good display of pumpkins and lots of games for all to play.


The results of the competitions were:


Best Pumpkin Lantern 1. Kelsey Marsh 2. Emily Weightman, 3. Hannah Janes 4. Lola Tinnion


Best Pumpkin with Accessories 1. Archie Tinnion 2. Lola Tinnion 3. Michael Ambler 4. Holly and Emily Weightman


Largest Home-Grown Pumpkin 1. Alfie Bowe


Best Pumpkin made from re-cycled materials 1. Jessica Bell 2. Kathleen Baldwin 3. Kathleen Baldwin


Pin the Maggot on the Pumpkin Joint 1. Ellie Janes and Evie Crumpton


Peas in the Pumpkin 1. Jacob Bowe Find the Pumpkin 1. Arthur Marrs


Marbles in the Flowerpot 1. Nathan Storey 2. Maggie Bell


Number of Pumpkins in the Jar 1. Carolyn Chapelhow Name the Pumpkin 1. Alison Tinnion School Pumpkin Colouring Competition


Age 3: Jayne Age 4: Elliott, Age 5: Imogen Age 6: Alice Age 7: Kelsey Age 8: Emily T Age: 9 Milly Bowe Age 10: Alice Jackson


Soup, fruit pies, tea and coffee completed a fun evening, with not a ghost or monster in sight!


Maggie Bell Pictured left to right are Emily Weightman, Lola Tinnion and Kelsey March with their pumpkins


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