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Hanborough Manor School Council is committed to enhancing our children's educational experiences and maintaining their enthusiasm as life long learners.

 

SCHOOL COUNCIL UPDATE: By Maisa (Y6)
On Tuesday 21st November all members of the School Council delivered a parents information evening about Anti-Bullying. Firstly, the School Council revealed the results of the questionnaire.
All children across the school completed a questionnaire which showed us that:
16 children think there is a problem with bullying at our school
115 children think there is not a problem with bullying at our school
33 children were not sure.

All children knew what to do if they thought they were being bullied and most knew what to do if they were unhappy at school. Suggestions from the children about ways to improve the school included:
Playtime Buddies to check on the buddy bench
More Play leaders
More quiet activities like the Monday lunch club

We will discuss these suggestions at our next School Council meeting.

 

We also gave out a parent questionnaire, unfortunately we only had 29 returned.

Our results showed that 4/29 think there is a problem with bullying at our school and 18/29 think there isn’t. 7 were not sure. 16/29 parents know how best to support their child if they think they are being bullied at school, 12 weren’t sure and 1 didn’t know.

During the evening we provided parents with information about how to support your child if they have a problem and what to do if they have a concern. We also launched our film which we have made to show everybody in our school community what we do to teach children about dealing with problems and what to do if there is a worry.

SCHOOL COUNCIL UPDATE: 17/11/17
The school council are busy planning a parents’ meeting to take place on Tuesday 21st November @ 6pm.
This evening is a parents’ information meeting where the members of the School Council will be sharing what the school does to keep everybody safe, happy and included.
It will also provide information on what to do if your child has a concern or worry about any aspect of school
 Watch the launch of our new School Council video which informs our school community on what we do to ensure everybody has a happy time at school!
 Receive your free copy of Say no to bullying (a handbook for parents to support children at home)
 Come along to hear guest speakers: Mrs Pearce, Mr Eaglestone and Mr Jackson
 Hear the results of our pupils/parents questionnaire ANTI-BULLYING WEEK 2017: ALL DIFFERENT ALL EQUAL
The aim of Anti-Bullying week was to encourage all children, staff and parents to take action against bullying throughout the year. This year the aims are:
 Empower children and young people to celebrate what makes them, and others, unique.
 Help children and young people understand how important it is that every child feels safe.
The school was visited by the ‘Power of One’ workshop which has been paid for by the PTA. Children havce
This is what the children said:
If every single person in the entire universe used ‘The Power of One’ then there would be no bullying! (Isacc Y2)
On Thursday 16th November, Key Stage 2 and 1 sat and watched ‘The Power of One’ by two actors. The Power of One show is about bullying and how to stop it. The show looked at different types of bullying and helped us to think about what we should do if it happened to us. (Zoe Y4)
We learnt that there are 3 types of bullying. There is repetitive, physical and verbal bullying. We also learnt that there is cyber bullying. All of which can make people feel awful. (Ellie Y5)
I thought that the anti-bullying workshop was very fun to watch. However, it also taught me what to do if I ever get bullied. I really enjoyed it. (Sophia Y6)
SCHOOL COUNCIL UPDATE:
By Charlotte (Y4)
The school council are busy planning a parents’ meeting to take place on Tuesday 21st November @ 6pm.
This evening is a parents’ information meeting where the members of the School Council will be sharing what the school does to keep everybody safe, happy and included.
It will also provide information on what to do if your child has a concern or worry about any aspect of school
 Watch the launch of our new School Council video which informs our school community on what we do to ensure everybody has a happy time at school!
 Receive your free copy of Say no to bullying (a handbook for parents to support children at home)
 Come along to hear guest speakers: Mrs Pearce, Mr Eaglestone and Mr Jackson
 Hear the results of our pupils/parents questionnaire
This evening will follow on from the Anti Bullying week which the school is participating in through workshops and class activities and completing a Bully Prevention Oath. We hope to see as many parents as possible. A formal invite will be going out after half term.

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School Council Aims

  • To further develop provision at lunchtime to enable all children to have access to a range of games and activities which promote positive social relationships.
  • To support the school in developing skills and understanding of the voting process during elections.
  • To plan and deliver an election manifesto based on experiences from the Houses of Parliament.

 

A new School Council is currently being voted for.

Watch this space for details of the new members and their roles!

Visit from Robert Courts, our local MP, on Wednesday 5th April 2017.

Visit from Robert Courts, our local MP, on Wednesday 5th April 2017. 1
Visit from Robert Courts, our local MP, on Wednesday 5th April 2017. 2
Visit from Robert Courts, our local MP, on Wednesday 5th April 2017. 3
Visit from Robert Courts, our local MP, on Wednesday 5th April 2017. 4
Visit from Robert Courts, our local MP, on Wednesday 5th April 2017. 5
Visit from Robert Courts, our local MP, on Wednesday 5th April 2017. 6

Hanborough Manor School's Radio Station

Pupils have launched a brand new radio station for all pupils. Hanborough Manor School students have unveiled their school radio station which has taken nearly an entire school year to put together.

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The school council introduce their Science investigation competition.
Any suggestions?

If you have any ideas about how we can improve the school's learning environment then please speak to one of the above people.

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