School Parliament and Pupil Voice
LOVELY LIBRARY DAY - RAISING MONEY FOR CANCER RESEARCH (Friday 14th July 9.00am - 3.45pm)
A message from our Prime Ministers.........
The School Parliament is looking to help Cancer Research UK (a charity very close to our hearts) through raising funds by selling donated books. If you have any books at home, that you no longer require, in good condition, the parliament would appreciate the donations for our Lovely Library Day on Friday 14th July (more details to follow). They would be overjoyed if the donated books could be handed in, to the office, by Wednesday 12th July. From Elsie and Isla your School Prime Ministers.
The School Parliament want to hear from the children at Mundy CofE School. Click the link below to tell us your thoughts on your school. Thank you everyone.
Here are some of the quotes from the children at Mundy CE Junior School about life here at Mundy ...
"It is good here because you learn and can choose dinners or packed lunches."
"We have smiley teachers."
"This school is the best school ever!"
"The Teachers are nice and caring."
"The school playground is very good and big."
"School is a good space and it is a wonderful school. Be happy!"
"School is fun and the learning is fun."
"The gardens are pretty and beautiful."
"This is the best school you could ever have."
"The Teachers are the funniest Teachers in the world, and I think everyone wants to go to this school."
"It is the best school in the world."
"The school is beautiful; I love this school."
"We have fun and we are safe!"
"People like Breakfast club."
"People are friendly, and love everything, it is a great school."
"Swimming is really fun."
"Everybody is welcome at this school."
"I like the Maths and the Sports. The staff are helpful and we have nice Parliament members."
"I like the tyres."
"Everybody comes into school with a smile."
"Everybody is friendly."
"I love this school because everybody is friends."
Words we think about when we talk about our school...
* learn * food * fun * lessons *eco-friendly * you can talk to people * field * things to do outside * the bees * lots of after school clubs * a silly school * magic moments * football * basketball * computers * sports * books
Be Responsible: "Arise! For this matter is your responsibility, but we will be with you; be courageous and act." Ezra 10:4
Be Respectful: “Do to others as you would have them do to you.” Matthew 7.12
Our School Parliament each year are shuffled and re-appointed! Ready to carry out their mission – TO BE THE VOICE OF THE CHILDREN AT MUNDY CHURCH OF ENGLAND JUNIOR SCHOOL.
We are the School Parliament and we are the ‘voice’ of the children here at Mundy Junior School. We were voted for by our classmates and meet every week as a team to discuss key aspects of our school. We have these meetings with our school’s SLT (Senior Leadership Team) and discuss our thoughts, feelings and recommendations.
Who make up the School Parliament?
The Parliament members for 2022 are:
Key events that we are involved in:
- Macmillan Coffee Morning
- Parents Curriculum Evening
- Our Visions and Values Meeting
What are we up to at Mundy CE Junior School?
The School Parliament, Governors and SLT meet a lot. When we do we discuss what the key priorities are for us at Mundy Junior School.
In English we are concentrating this year on our Reading skills—we are trying to encourage all our classmates to read more and more at home with you!
In Math’s we are concentrating on making sure we know all of our calculations (adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing) and using these to solve problems.
In our Computing work we continue to work hard to use our laptops and iPads in as many lessons that make sense, and using these well.
In our everyday classwork we continue to concentrate on our ’Be’ statements — as School Parliament we try hard to be great role models for everyone at Mundy Junior School.
Our Thursday Collective Worships:
We have discussed in our very own Collective Worship, the following:
The ECO Ministers talked about how we can look after or school by watching out for litter, and taking care of the wildfire on our playground and field.
The SAFEGUARDING Ministers informed all of the school about the new signing in system and the ways in which the school keep the children safe in our school.
The TEACHING AND LEARNING Ministers read out a wonderful speech, a copy of this is below. (This is particular made the children and staff particularly proud and even for our Headteacher - 'speechless' :) BEEEE Proud)
The FAITH Minister led us in our whole school prayer, giving thanks and celebrating our Queen and reminding God that our thought and prayers were with the King and his family at this time.
The ECO Ministers talked to everyone about what we could and could not recycle.