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Maths Week

We discussed Maths week with our class and found that the majority of children really enjoyed the week, particularly being able to make games and share skills with other classes. Over 90% of pupils felt they had been challenged across the week.

 

Please read the minutes of our meeting to see what each individual classes thoughts were...

5/11/12

Busy sharing ideas on how we can help children feel comfortable to express how they are feeling in school.

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School Council 2019-2020

In September each class voted for two members of their class to become school council representatives. They thought carefully about someone that could speak clearly, listen carefully and share their view points at meetings.

 

A huge congratulations to the following children who won the vote and are now the new School council representatives for 2019-2020.

Y1 – Jan and Matilda

Y2 – Ivy and Daniel

Y3 – Oliver G

Y4 – Lily and Harrison

Y5 – Sydnee and Kaelen

Y6 – Jamie and Zuzanna

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On 23rd November 2018, Gordon Henderson MP came to visit the School Council and Mini-Vinnies at St Edward’s Catholic Primary School. He is a British Conservative Party politician. He is the member of parliament for the Sittingbourne and Sheppey constituency. The children enjoyed showing him around the school and asking him questions about his role as a Member of Parliament. Mr Henderson spoke to the children about appreciating their education and never giving up to achieve their goals.

School Council meeting minutes 18/09/18

Welcome to our School Council page!

If you want to make a suggestion to the School Council you can put use the suggestion box in school, use a class meeting or complete the form at the bottom of this page. 

Please let us have your ideas.

On 25th April the School Council visited the Sheerness Gateway to look at the plans for the Bluetown Dockyard Church conversion. The children asked super questions and represented the school very well.

On 25th April the School Council visited the Sheerness Gateway to look at the plans for the Bluetown Dockyard Church conversion. The children asked super questions and represented the school very well. 1
On 25th April the School Council visited the Sheerness Gateway to look at the plans for the Bluetown Dockyard Church conversion. The children asked super questions and represented the school very well. 2
On 25th April the School Council visited the Sheerness Gateway to look at the plans for the Bluetown Dockyard Church conversion. The children asked super questions and represented the school very well. 3

School Council Meeting after the KS1 Nativity: December

School Council Meeting after the KS1 Nativity: December  1

School Council Policy

Suggestions for the School Council

Your class representatives will be happy to listen to any suggestions you wish to put before the School Council or you can use the Suggestion Box next to the Student Council Board outside Year 4's classroom. If you would prefer you use this form to send your ideas and suggestions to the School Council.

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Kent Catholic Schools’ Partnership is an exempt charity and a company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales under company registration number 08176019 at registered address Barham Court, Teston, Kent, ME18 5BZ. St Edward's Catholic Primary School is a business name of Kent Catholic Schools’ Partnership.

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