School Council

Date: 8th Sep 2015 @ 2:35pm

Welcome to our School Council blog!

Our School Council is made up of a representative from each class who has been voted in by their class mates. We meet weekly to make decisions about our school.

Check out our blog to meet our School Councillors and find out about our latest projects.

Got an idea about how to make our school even better? Comment below with your name and class, and a member of School Council will get back to you.

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School Council

 

 

 

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Jack Edwards wrote:

We would like to have a Poukour ground to play on.

Katy Goodwin 5E wrote:

Do you mean parkour ground ? But where would we put it and what would it have in it?

Olivia wrote:

True

Olivia wrote:

True

george palin. wrote:

To have more athletics things.

Tyler Macdonald wrote:

I agree I would the same thing.πŸ˜„

TylerMacdonald wrote:

I agree with you I would like the same thing please.πŸ˜ŠπŸ˜–

Molly Seabridge wrote:

Yes I agree

george palin. wrote:

thanck you

Freddie wrote:

Like what and where

george palin. wrote:

We can build a new shed and I want some metle batten because I love running!!!

harvey wrote:

How big will the shed have to be?

Adam Sharp wrote:

I would like to see more equipment on the Key Stage 2 playground, please.

Chloe Heath wrote:

Hi Adam what sort of equipment would you like?

Natalia Pustelnik wrote:

Yes

Freddie wrote:

Where would we have it

School Council wrote:

We already have alot .

3S wrote:

Here are some ideas for new equipment:
Monkey bars,
A big slide,
A tunnel,
Large swings for Key Stage 2,
Tag rugby pitch and belts,
Club tree houses for club meetings,
obstacle course,

Kacie wrote:

3s is the best in the school

D wrote:

I agree with you Kacie

School Council wrote:

That is a really good idea .

george palin. wrote:

I now Kacie

harvey wrote:

Well done 3s for thinking of those ideas.

callum bell wrote:

I like the tunnel idea

Chloe Heath wrote:

Please could you share your ideas for fundraisers? Thank you.

3S wrote:

We could have a movie morning, a PJ party, a none uniform day or a Year 6 cycle.

Natalia Pustelnik wrote:

I agree what chloe sad and I would like the same

6N wrote:

climbing frame,mirrors in toilets,swings,changing rooms.

Callum Thorley wrote:

Fancy .

Kacie wrote:

Agree with 6n

Abi Whitlow wrote:

please can Key stage 2 have more equipment.

3B wrote:

We agree.

Molly Seabridge! wrote:

Yes I agree too.

Callum Thorley wrote:

That is a really good idea but what sort of equipment ?

Molly Seabridge! wrote:

Swings, monkey bars!

School Council wrote:

yeah that is a good idea and monkey bars seem really popular

george palin. wrote:

A track

Natalia Pustelnik wrote:

I would like new sports things like high jumps

Chloe H wrote:

Hi Natalia,
Do you mean the athletics sort off high jump?

maisiegoodwin wrote:

I rilly like the play ground but .maby it coud be a little bit more ecsiten plese

Chloe H wrote:

What exiting things do you have in mind?

Freddie wrote:

To have football nets for each year group

Darcey Cooke 4N wrote:

We think we could have some gym equipment, for PE or playtime. We also could have monkey bars to climb on, or climbing frames. We also would like no certain equipment days, as some people would like to go on the day when it is not their turn. The playground could have a round about, but not too fast because of the sickness. 4N also want mini football nets, 1 or 2 for each class, with labels for the classes. Some people would want a bigger library for more people, and open it up every playtime or lunchtime.We could have more toys in the toyboxes as their are lots more of us in KS2. People also need to look after our toys as they are leaving the kids open and the rain is soaking our toys, so take care! We could have matsto put LEGO on them and people could play with the LEGO certain days.

Chloe Heath wrote:

You have some brilliant ideas!

Kacie wrote:

yes

School Council wrote:

There some good ideas .

Chloe H wrote:

Would anybody be interested in healthy food lessons? Maybe we could cook and prepare meals?

Natalia Pustelnik wrote:

That what I wanted more healthy diners and drinks

Kacie wrote:

For the pudding can it bee unhealthy and the drink please Chloe

School Council wrote:

Good idea .

george palin. wrote:

I agree natalia

Lucas wrote:

To get a tag rubgy pitch

Chloe H wrote:

where would you like it?

Molly Seabridge wrote:

Yes, as we play it in PE and I enjoy it too.

lucas wrote:

on the field .

Lucas macdonald wrote:

On the field

george palin. wrote:

i thinck in the right of the grass

Freddie wrote:

We can't have it on the right because of the long jump pit so on the left maybe or have it on the playground

Kacie wrote:

please can we have more computer

Freddie wrote:

Where will we have them

School Council wrote:

Many classes have ipad's and computers .

Grace K wrote:

i think we should have a small running track on the field

Molly wrote:

Yes I agree tooπŸ’—

Chloe H wrote:

Where would you like it?

george palin. wrote:

i agree

george palin. wrote:

On the grass

Callum Thorley wrote:

We could have more playground equipment . But we do have to look after it if we do have any more !

callum bell wrote:

yes especially KS1

George Butler wrote:

We would like more skipping ropes and hula hoops ...

Katy Goodwin 5E wrote:

I would like to see some lockers or easyer ways to keep the hallways/corriderrs tidy. Also I would like to have a splash of colour to the playground because its very bland.

Molly Seabridge! wrote:

I think we need mirrors is the bathroom and more monkey bars everyone stays one for ages some people have more than one go all the time! If there is more the ques will be less. And some people like me don't normally get a go because people are on them too much! We really need Mirros is the girls toilets because all I see when I go in is every one looking in the water fountain doing their hair! So that's why all the girls in my class say it too so this is why I thought of it!!!!
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callum bell wrote:

and the boys toilets!

Eadaoin purcell wrote:

I would like to have a slide in the playground and some tyres πŸ˜ƒ

Molly seabridge wrote:

Yes, that will be fun!

School Council wrote:

It would be too busy .

Callum Thorley wrote:

Swings would be nice for key stage 1 also to let year 1 and two into the cafeteria .

Heidi Letts wrote:

Please could we have a slide and swings!

Alex Letts wrote:

Swings,slide,tunnel,tag rugby, skipping ropes.

george palin. wrote:

i thinck a track

Alex wrote:

what do you mean?

george palin. wrote:

to run on

Harvey Clarke wrote:

Cooking class and art class

george palin. wrote:

I agree

JJ wrote:

Can we have a running path,baseball bats,monkey bars,climbing frame,tree house,and also some things for in the woodland area

Thanks you
bye

Kacie wrote:

more footbolls

School Council wrote:

That's a good idea . We will look into it .

george palin. wrote:

maby not tooo much

School Council wrote:

Just to let everybody know we will soon be running a 'Singing Playground' project. Keep checking back for details!

Olivia wrote:

I would really like mirrors in the toilet and more benches and possibly more equipment.

Lol wrote:

I agree to olivia

Olivia wrote:

I thought that we could maybe have a big obstacle course for the hens so they have plenty of room to explore!

callum bell wrote:

could we please have mirrors in the toilets

Contact the School

Leighton Academy

Principal - Mrs Joanna Young
Leighton Academy
Minshull New Road, Crewe
CW1 3PP
Principal email address -
principal@leighton.cheshire.sch.uk

Contacts for Information -
Mrs T German - Business Manager
Miss J Morris - Bursar
Mrs A Arnold - Executive Officer
Mrs H Holding - Admin Officer
Mrs D O'Reilly - Admin Assistant

Senco -
Mr N Jones -
jonesn@leighton.cheshire.sch.uk
Mrs L Schofield -
schofieldl@leighton.cheshire.sch.uk

Tel: 01270 685185
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