Our school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. We expect all staff, visitors and volunteers to share this commitment.
If you have any concerns regarding the safeguarding of any of our pupils please contact one of our Designated Safeguarding Leads: Mrs Rees, Mrs Dickens, Mrs Wallace and Mrs Dickson
Please see the safeguarding section of our website under Parents > Safeguarding.
Welcome to the Woolton Hill School Council webpage.
A new committee was elected in September and the following children are your class representatives for 2019/2020.
Hazel Class1: Veryan Kirby, Amelia Tennant
Hawthorn Class 2: Florence Milton, Romeo Harfield
Rowan Class 3: Henry Warwick, Phoebe Gittins
Ash Class 4: William Page, Charlie Whitfield
Beech Class 5: Tristan Mason, Rowan Young
Oak Class 6: Hannah Bosley, Skye Lovelock, Ella Dodd
Teacher representative: Mrs Johnstone
Children in Need 2019
The School Council have worked really hard to make today a fun day full of activities. We started the day with a presentation on the history of Children in Need followed by maths puzzles then each class took part in the Joe Wicks 'Big Morning Move'. At breaktime and lunchtime sports challenges were set up by the school council and volunteer play leaders. These included the Trim Trail challenge, bouncing a tennis ball on a racquet for a minute, timed skipping, netball hoops and penalty shoot out. Thank you to all the children who participated in the events it was great fun and thank you also for your donations which will now be sent to Children in Need.
Here are some photo's from the day.
Hello, we are the new September 2016 school council.
Darcy Hunt/chair person
Rowan Young, Honey Harrison, Alice Johnstone/Treasurer
Josh Cole/vice chair
Finn Pounds, George Britton/Noticeboard
Leah Jones, Gracie Valence, Oliver Salmon/Health and safety
Freya Clutterbuck, William Owen/secretary
Our chosen charity for this year was suggested by Honey. We will be raising money for Cystic Fibrosis.
In the last weeks of this Autumn Term we are going to do a Christmas bag shop to raise money for our chosen charity. We ask you to fill the bags with new or good condition nearly new gifts suitable for presents for family members.
Smells, Jewellery or Sunglasses.
Socks, Ties, Chocolates or games.
CDs, Games, Cloving, Toys, Pens or lego.
Books, Toys, Teddies or Marbles
The children will be able to purchase bags for £1.50 as Christmas presents for family members. How many bags children can buy will depend on how many children bring in bags.
Please support us!
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