Our school council’s mission is to make a difference – in school and beyond. To reflect this mission we are referred to as the ‘Think Global, Act Local’ group which is also a link to the fact that we are all global explorers and are passionate about being courageous advocates in what is best for members of our community (which we see as being local, national and global).
We are proactive by supporting activities relating to our curriculum, planned events in our local community and national and global events and initiatives.
We are also reactive – encouraging our community to support local challenges and international appeals.
Our work is always underpinned by our core Christian Values, British Values (Rule of Law, Tolerance, Democracy, Mutual Respect and Individual Liberty) and equal opportunities.
Our initiatives planned for this year already include:
Harvest Festival – collecting items for our local foodbank
World Toilet Day – 19th November
Martin Luther King Day – 15th January
‘Show the love’ for climate change – February
Fairtrade Fortnight – early March
World Malaria Day – 25th April
World Day Against Child Labour – 12th June