Each year the children interested in becoming school council representatives prepare a speech to explain why they would be good for the role. We then hold an election! We are yet to choose our representatives for 2023/2024, so children can get working on their school election speeches!
Children can volunteer to be on our Eco Council. Last year’s Eco Council did some exciting things, such as planting trees as part of the Queen’s Green Canopy Legacy and completing the RSPB Wild Challenge. We also WON Cumbria in Bloom, getting the highest score in Cumbria in the ‘Biodiversity’ category. This year we will be writing some top tips for helping the environment for the school newsletter, and trying to reduce our school’s carbon footprint.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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