Warcop School Council 2016
Warcop's dedicated school council are made up of twelve individuals across the year groups. Voted by their school peers; they give their time to organising and managing fundraising events, within school, throughout the year. On a daily basis, the school council run a tuckshop at morning break on an agreed rota. Tuckshop, offers healthy snacks for 20p per day. Friday is treat day!
Monday - Brioche
Tuesday - Toast & Jam
Wednesday - Tropical Fruits
Thursday - Cheesy Crackers
Friday - Popcorn / Jaffa Cake
Yogurts and Raisins available throughout the week.
The School Council voted a 50/50 use of the Tuckshop funds would support local and worldwide charities and purchasing play equipment for school and souvenirs for each child on school trips. The School Council already support a girl in Tanzania; Jenifa Rajabu Saidi, who lives in Bagamoyo. She is supported by ActionAid to receive a better education where she lives. Previous School Councils have sent her a letter and pictures they had drawn. The group have also sent out a box of second hand books to a school in Cambodia.
The current School Council are using a Tidy Friday project to help with litter issues in the school grounds. A member heads a group of volunteers, who spend 15mins on a Friday to remove litter. Team points are awarded.
School Council have had meetings with the Governors to discuss roles and responsibilities of both groups and how we can make Warcop C of E Primary School a better learning environment.
Sports Relief 2016 will be here Fri 18th March.
Sporty non uniform day and activities in the morning. £1 donation!
School Council hosted Red Nose Day 2015, with the idea for a non uniformed 'wear red' theme; along with the sale of cakes during morning break. 90 red noses were also sold the previous week. A total of £225 was raised for this charity.
Many thanks to all for your great support.