Stewart House had their own assembly this morning. As well as discussing how the best teams function, the House voted in their new House Captains. The children who put themselves forward for the role provided excellent speeches, one of which included the line ‘I can be your voice’. All participants also effectively balanced humour with the seriousness of the responsibility. To quote one of the winners:
‘With me as your captain, I will make sure that the other houses know who is boss!’
We have now made sure that everyone knows who the school councillors are from every class! Democracy in action!
Our new school council representatives have now been elected. Their weekly meetings are underway and they have some exciting plans for the school already!
Our house assemblies will begin next week in order to elect new house captains for each house, as well as deputy house captains. Any pupil wishing to stand will present a short speech prior to the democratic voting process. Additionally, every class this week will be electing their school council representative, with individual votes being held.
This week’s thought, from the Dalai Lama will be shared today with the pupils during today’s assembly about freedom.
Congratulations to Mrs Huntley, who’s campaign for ‘The Great Toy Swap’ was successful in our election. It was a very tightly run contest, with a winning margin of just 7 votes. More information will follow about this upcoming charity event.
Our election is well under way – so far all of Year 3 have voted, including the staff. The winner will be announced during assembly tomorrow…