We have been asked by the school's governing body to design and make posters to support them in their drive to recruit new members to the governing body. We have used our school's CIRCUS skills to help create our design. We believe the CIRCUS skills are one of many elements that make our school special.
If you are a member of the local community and think that you might like to join our governing body or would like to visit and find out more information about the role then please get in contact with the school. We know they would love to hear from you and would be happy to answer any questions you may have. The school's telephone number and/or email address can be found under the 'contact details' tab on the website.
This year's Children in Need theme has been decided by the newly elected Junior Governors. They discussed lots of options and decided upon dressing up as your favourite TV or film character.
As as a school we raised just under £100 for this fantastic cause!
Thank you to all those who participated in our 'Summer-sun safety' colouring competition and the 'design a funky sun hat' competition (Year 1-6). Our eateries have been sent away and we wait with fingers crossed...
Remember, wrap up, splat on sun cream and wear a hat to keep safe in the sun!
This term the Junior Governors have taken on the responsibility of leading our school to the Eco schools award. They have conducted an audit of our current standing in regards to waste and recycling, care for our local environment, energy consumption and global citizenship, amongst other areas. From this, they have written a school's action plan.
The Junior Governors, wearing their Eco schools caps, have led our 'what a wonderful world' legacy week. In preparation, they held a whole school worship to share their action plan and provide a teaser for some of the activities planned for legacy week, including book swaps, outdoor learning, woodland visits and a food waste competition!
This week has been Smannell and Enham's Democracy week. It was launched by a visit from Cllr Phil North, the leader of Test Valley Borough Council who spoke to us about his role on the council. He offered us advice about being a successful councillor and made us think about the qualities we want in our class representatives on the Junior Governing body.
Thursday was polling day in school and every child exercised their democratic right to vote! The results were counted by the school's ambassadors; Verity and Eswyn and announced in Celebration Worship on Friday!
This year's Young Governor elections will take place during our Democracy Week, beginning on Monday 2nd October 2017, culminating on polling day; Thursday 5th October 2017. That week we hope to have some special visitors into school to talk to the children about the importance of democracy in British society and the responsibilities that come with being democratically elected by your peers.
The children will be encouraged to canvas their classmates and win their votes. Mr Shaw will be our returning officer in Celebration Worship on the Friday of Democracy Week, where the results will be announced.