Striving to create Safer Roads around our School
Our School Councillors have been busy discussing ways we can make coming to school safer. They have made some posters to relay their ideas...
Today, the School Council met our lollipop lady, Janet, who greets us with a lovely smile every morning. Janet told us how to cross the road safely and talked about her equipment and high-visibility uniform. Lola is especially proud because Janet is her Grandma.
Please use the safe crossings when you cross the road, and if you are a driver, please drive especially carefully around the school.
Outwoods School Council Coat Sale
In our very first meeting, the council discussed ways that we could change things for the better. One of our first ideas was to re-sell winter coats, so we started a short campaign. We asked our families to donate old coats and today have sold them. The money raised will be split between a charity and school funds and unsold coats will be offered to local homeless and refugee charities.
Well done Outwoods - you raised £74!
The School Council have been busy preparing for the Coat Sale at 2.45 this afternoon.
Please come and rummage - there are some lovely bargains to be found!
Our first project is a coat sale this Friday.
Elections 2022. Children have made presentations to their classes and today the whole school has voted for the councillors to represent each class.
March 2022 - Craig Tracey came to visit!
Outwoods pupils were very proud to meet with Craig Tracey when he came to receive their letters about road safety around Outwoods. We talked about different difficulties we faced and agreed that it would be great if more people could walk or bike to school, or park further away. Mr Tracey is going to speak to people at the council and the local police to see how they can help too.
When we had handed over our letters, we were excited to show Craig around our amazing school. Even Cilla came out to see us. It was amazing showing off our uncredible classrooms, outside areas and artwork.