The school Council have met this morning;
Feedback from Dolce samples at parents evening-
the pizza and flapjack on the Monday evening was a hit with children and parents.
the quiche and sponge on Tuesdays didn't go down as well.
Small Steps Uniform Bank-
there is now a bin in the main corridor for plain unifroms;
(no school emblem on)
which the council are going to decorate and make more attractive..
Recycling Bin are now in place with more to be purchased for the foundation stage.
School council met yesterday 21.03.19
They met with Dolce on Tuesday lunch to discuss feed back from survey monkey.
Thank you to all parents that completed the survey.
The children along with the school council Governor Mr Garrick and staff had a taster of the lunches and gave their feed back to Dolce they also gave information on what children had said when they went to their classes prior to survey.
There will be taster sessions on both Monday and Tuesday parents evening with yr 6 and yr 5 school councillors at hand.
Recycling bins- have been purchased and are being placed around school (indoors) for children and staff to use.
Fruity Friday is going well, some children have enquired about fruit changing the council did say that it would change with seasonal fruits being available.
Thank you for your continued support in our charity events
total raised for
Lailia Millie - wear something blue £193.21
Red Nose Day-disney theme £214.70
Celebrating the school being 50 we are looking at doing a tea towel with drawings of the children and staff on these will be available to pre-order after Easter - watch out for the Dojo in due course.
Fruity Friday fruit will be
The children are in the process of choosing boxes for paper recycling.
Laila Milly fundraising day.
Date to be confirmed
Red Nose Day
A survey monkey is being drawn up to find out information regarding school dinners.
Grove Lea is 50
The School Council have decided that they would like to do a celebration tea towel with childrens pictures on, we are looking to price up futher informatioin to follow.
Fuity Friday starting tomorrow 01.02.19
on sale in the family learning at break time...
The school council are looking at placing a recycling box in each class for any waste paper for our project.
School council met today to discuss having a fruity Friday, this included choice of fruits from the class survey that they completed and also the price to charge.
other items discussed were,
Lalia Milly foundtion
Paper Recycling boxes in classrooms
More information to follow on the above in due course
Fruity Fridays will be starting this Friday 1st February 2019.
Fruit and Frube Yogurts will be on sale at playtime in the family learning at the price of 20p per item
the children will have to stay in the family learning to eat their fruit.
This weeks choice will be apples,bananas and yogurts.