Our School Council represents the views of all our pupils. It gives children the opportunity to make their voices heard and feel part of the whole school community. The children that were elected from each class are as follows:
The Mayors visit to our school March 2016! What an exciting afternoon we all had. The Mayor was greeted by our head boy and girl and some of the School Council members. The Mayor was taken on a tour of the school by some of the children and was very impressed with the classes, their displays and the learning she saw taking place. The Mayor then hosted a whole school assembly where she showed the children her ceremonial clothes and talked about her diverse role as Mayor in the Bexley community. The School Council then hosted an afternoon tea in Miss Owens conference room, where the children got to talk to the Mayor and ask her questions. The Mayor was delighted by her visit to our school and thanked everyone, for their warm welcome. Here are some pictures of the afternoon.
On Friday 17th April, we visited 'The Houses of Parliament' we learnt all about the history of 'The Palace of Westminster' and got to stand in 'The House of Lords' and 'The House of Commons' and see parliament is run.