School Council

Message from School Council

The School Council have been talking to their classes about the money raised from the mini-marathon. Each class nominated charities and then a further discussion and vote was taken. Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to AnimalsThis year, the money raised will be going to support the RSPCA. So far we have received £401. If you are yet to submit donations, please do so via Parent Pay by the end of next week. Thank you for your support.The School Council

 

Red Nose Day

Friday 24th March For Red Nose Day we will be having a non-uniform day. Please bring a £1 donation to do so.

Finally, we will be selling red noses. We will let you know when these are available to buy. We look forward to seeing everyone participate. Elizabeth F and Grace D, School Council.

Elvington’s got Talent!

Can you sing or dance incredibly? Do you think you’re good enough to be the next world famous magician? Then Elvington’s Got Talent is the place for you! Who? Everyone welcome (even teachers!) When? Wednesday 29th March @1:30pm Where? School Hall…

A record breaking total!

This year you helped us raise an amazing, record breaking total of £988 for Children in Need! I would like to thank the School Council for planing and organising the different events that has led to such an incredible amount raised. Well done! School Council.

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Children In Need Events

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Click to visit the Children in Need website!

Don’t forget there are four events to raise money this year:

1) Wear your onesie
2) Sponsored dance off
3) Cake sale
4) Guess the smarties on the cake

Please can we ask families to donate cakes for the cake sale. Please could these be handed into the school office on the morning of Children in Need.

Many thanks in advance.School Council.

Poppy Appeal

poppy-remembrance-daypoppy-remembrance-dayThe School Council will be taking donations for the poppy appeal from next week. As well as poppies, there are other items also available inluding friendship bracelets, rulers, wristbands and reflectors. The School Council will be displaying these items at playtimes for children if they wish to purchase.

Children in Need

 

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Click to visit the Children in Need website!

This year for Children in Need we are raising lots of money by doing many things in school. We are having a onesie day where everybody can dress up in their onesies and bring in a pound to do so. Also in school, we are having a sponsored dance off. A bake sale will be going on as well. Finally, we are having a guess how many smarties on a cake. We hope everyone will enjoy participating in these fun activities this year. More information will follow nearer the time.Elizabeth F and Grace D, School Council.

Archbishop Sentamu’s visit

On Friday 15th April, as part of his pilgrimage of Prayer, Witness and Blessing, we were joined during our lunch time by the Archbishop of York. He spoke very highly of all our pupils, especially the school council who gave him a tour of the school.

Healthy Schools Week

We had a great week!