Our School Council represents the views of all our pupils.
It gives children the opportunity to make their voices heard and feel part of the whole school community.
Today the Readathon total was revealed in School after a Month of reading and raising money.
The whole school worked so hard to gather the sponsorship for their reading throughout March.
As a School we raised an amazing £961.09!
The School Council and Miss Purcell would like to say a massive well done to St Rose for showing such amazing generosity and compassion during Lent for this worthy childrens charity!
WORLD BOOK DAY
Today on the 3rd March we celebrated World Book day.
The whole school were given a theme for their class:
Year 6 – Non-fiction
Year 5 – Harry Potter Theme
Year 4 – Roald Dahl
Year 3 – Myths and Legends
Year 2 – Julia Donaldson characters
Year 1 – Classic stories
Reception – Fairy tales
Nursery – Nursery Rhymes
You all looked amazing! The School Council found it so difficult to Judge but here were our final decisions:
Year 6 – Zeenat and Daniella
Year 5 – Regan and Negar
Year 4 – Rio and Daniella
Year 3 – Sienna and Denise
Year 2 – Riley and Alexis
Year 1 – Seth and Maisie
Reception – Harley and Kanika
Nursery – Riley and Nicole
WELL DONE TO EVERYONE AT ST. ROSE!
Our Amazing World Book day Catwalk...
Thank you so much everyone for your amazing enthusiasm today and parents and guardians for providing such fabulous costumes!
The school Council have worked very closely with Mrs. Beddall on the big read project.
We set a whole school competition to design a bench using characters from our favourite books.
We recieved lots of excellent entries and then had to circle the ones we thought were particularly original and creative.
Mrs. Beddall then put all of these designs together to make our final Bench design.
The children who were chosen were called out of class to paint their book characters and background onto the blank bench.
We are very proud of the final design and want to thank everyone involved for their effort.
Well done all!
Our Catholic Virtues
As a School we are looking at the Catholic Virtues and using them to become closer to Jesus and follow his example.
The school council have been looking out for children in our community who they feel lives these virtues daily and is a good example to others.
We award a child every half term with a special certificate and prize.
Here are the children we have awarded so far...
Generous and Grateful - Erol (year 5)
Attentive and Discerning - Sophia (year 4)
Compassionate and Loving - Maria (Year 3)
Hopeful and faith-filled - Mikaela (year 1)
Truthful and ELoquent - Alan (year 6)
The school council judged the Easter Bonnet parade at school on Thursday 24th March!
Well done to everyone who entered, it was a very difficult decision!
World Book day
The school council were given the task to award the best 'world book day costume' for a child in each class!
It was a very difficult decision because everyone looked so brilliant! We looked for originality, home made effort and unique ideas.
We awarded one child in each class from Nursery to year 6 and a staff award too.
Each child won a £5 book token to buy a new book and share with the class. They also received a special certificate.
Here are the winners:
Nursery - Oliver
Reception - Avin
Year 1 - Louie Owen
Year 2 - Gracie
Year 3 - Charlotte
Year 4 - Daniella
Year 5 - Lauren
Year 6 - Aurora
Staff - Mrs Barnett
Well done everyone!
World Book day winners...
School council Tackles Anti-bullying
The school council delivered an Assembly on bullying. How to spot it, tackle it and prevent it.
We also ran a whole school homework Competition on a Anti-Bullying poster which is displayed on our notice board.
Thank you for all the entries the winner was Lujam in year 6 - Well done!
Anti Bullying top 5 entries
November 11th - Poppy Appeal.
The school council judged the entries for the competition of a poppy appeal themed poster or Hat set by Birmingham City Council. We had lots of entries and it was a very tricky decision! Thank you for all the hard work and contributions - it helped raise awareness and money for the poppy appeal.
Here are the winners...
During our first school council meeting of 2015, we brought forward the suggestions from the classes. We discussed them and voted on ideas which will help bring change to our school.
Topics we discussed were; a playground cleaning rota, a whole school event or trip at the end of the year, a behaviour plan for bad choices outside and new toys for wet break times. We are going to work on these so keep an eye on our ‘you say, we did’ board to see what happens with these ideas.
And... keep your suggestions coming in!