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School Council 2021-22

 

 

Our Work

2021-2022

 

Autumn Term

 

We hosted our own COP 26 Conference and consulted the classes about new playground markings. We helped raise money for Children in Need and chose Salisbury Hospice as our nominated charity. 

 

Spring Term

 

We reviewed our Anti-Bullying Policy and revised the advice that we give to parents and pupils about bullying. We helped raised money for Comic Relief and Salisbury Hospice.

 

Our plans for the Summer Term

 

We plan to write an action plan to help improve the carbon footprint of our school. We want to run another event to raise money for Salisbury Hospice. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Salisbury Hospice

 

The School Council have chosen to support this charity because the staff at Salisbury Hospice have supported children at our school.

 

Before Easter we ran a 'Guess the number of mini eggs in a jar' competition and we raised £70 for the Hospice.

 

 

 

 

Children In Need 2021!

 

Thank you for all of the money you donated to Children In Need. We managed to raise a grand total of...

£219

Children In Need!

Mere School COP 26!

 

Mere School Council hosted our own COP 26 Conference on Thursday 4th November.

 

We met with our local MP (Dr Andrew Murrison), Rachel Hansford from the Parish Council, Mrs Williamson and representatives from the school's governing body, parents and teachers to discuss how we can work together to reduce our carbon footprint and help to combat climate change.

 

The meeting was very useful and we were able to gather lots of ideas that we will make into an action plan. 

As soon as it is ready we will share it with you.

 

 

Mere School COP 26 Meeting

Clothing Bank

As part of our aim to become a more environmentally friendly school we have  a recycling centre for old clothes, shoes and materials.

As well as recycling old clothes we can also use this to raise money for the school. Every fortnight the box is emptied and we get money for every kilogram collected.

 

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