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Milton Hall Primary School

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Our aim is to make every child feel valued and happy because that is when learning is most effective.

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SCHOOL COUNCIL 2017-2018

SCHOOL COUNCIL ELECTIONS

 

On Friday 22nd September 2017 Milton Hall Primary School’s ‘School Council’ elections took place. The new beach hut outside Murray class was transformed into a polling station for the day and every child from Yr 1 to Yr 6 voted for their own class representatives. The votes were counted with the winning candidates announced in a special assembly. The school council meet regularly and play an important role in decision making on key issues around our school.

 

 

 

 

 

Anti-Bullying Song

 

Recently, as part of our ‘Anti-bullying’ work, school councillors from Milton Hall were involved in an exciting workshop with the ‘Nathan Timothy Songwriting Charity’. They spent a day writing and producing an anti-bullying song which was revealed to the rest of the school in our anti-bullying assembly on Monday. You can listen to the song by following this link https://soundcloud.com/the-songwriting-charity/make-the-right-choice-milton-hall-primary

CHILDREN IN NEED FUNDRAISING

This was no ordinary 'Children In Need' day here at Milton Hall Primary School. The school councillors wanted to give both children and parents something to remember and make fundraising fun. In the school council meetings leading up to Children In Need it was decided that our very own deputy headteacher, Mr Spence, would be a great sport and a few events were planned. The first of these saw Mr Spence undertake the 'Ice Bucket Challenge' in front of parents and children on the playground before school. Over £40.00 was raised here alone. Mr Spence continued to deliver the fun and took up the challenge of wearing a princess dress and sang 'Let it Go'!

 

Watch the excitement here!:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0TPtqFJnaRs

 

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