Operation Christmas - Shoe Box Appeal
A huge thank you to everyone who made donations to our Operation Christmas Child shoe box appeal! Our School Councillors have been very busy helping to put gift boxes together for unfortunate children, across the world, who otherwise wouldn't receive any presents this Christmas. Because of the generosity of our staff, parents and carers, we have managed to fill over 25 boxes which will be sent to children to open on Christmas Day!
Staff and pupils of Swarcliffe Primary School are now feeling the true spirit of Christmas!
Swarcliffe School Council
All our children took part in School Council elections this week. After thinking about the qualities you need to be a good councillor, children wrote and presented their manifestos. We had some fantastic speeches and the children found it hard to vote as there were so many great ideas.
Congratulations to the following children, who won their class elections and are this year's councillors. They all look forward to attending their first meeting on Monday 19th September. Keep checking this page to find out what we have been up to.
Hi, I’m Lewis and I’m in Koalas. I like sharing ideas and I want to spend money on things we need.
Hi, I’m Aaron and I am a school councillor for Year 3 Lions. I am ready to improve the school. I want to be a good listener.
Hi, I’m Jamie and I am the school councillor for Year 3. I would like to improve the school and the playgrounds. I want to work in partnership with other councillors.
Hi, I’m Joshua and I’m looking forward to being a school councillor for Year 4. I am looking forward to improving the school. I want to be a councillor who is a good listener.
Hi, I’m Courtney and I am a school councillor for Year 4. I am looking forward to bringing lots of new ideas to the meetings. I want to be a good listener.
Hi, I’m Imogen and I am a school councillor for Year 5. I am grateful to be a councillor and I already have many ideas for improving lunchtimes and learning in the classroom. I want to work collaboratively.
Hi, I’m Morgan and I’m the school councillor for Year 5. I am really proud of being a councillor and I’m looking forward to improving the school. I want to be a councillor who supports others to do well.
Hi, I’m Shaunna. I’ve been elected as a councillor to represent Year 6. This year I’m looking forward to hearing all of your ideas and making school a better place for Swarcliffe children. I want to be a good role model and support others.
Hi, I’m David, the Year 6 councillor. I’m really excited to be on the school council. I would love to take your ideas in and share them with the rest of the group. I want to be a confident councillor.