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Welcome Mr Grace! We have been getting to know Mr Grace who started work at the start of the new term.

School Crossing Patrol

 

School Council are very pleased to announce that we have a School Crossing Patrol person!

 

In our last meeting, we discussed what we would like to find out about Mr Grace. We thought of lots of different questions and then decided on the ones which we really wanted to ask.

 

On Friday 27th April, Year 2 held an interview with Mr Grace who was very keen to answer our questions.

Check back here soon to find out what he said.....

Also, check out our brand new School Crossing Patrol display in the Year 2 corridor.

 

On 21st March the school council had a meeting to discuss what we can do to help with the parish council's tasks. A School Governor (Mrs Redgrave) came to watch our meeting too. She is going to report back to the governors at their next meeting.

On 21st March the school council had a meeting to discuss what we can do to help with the parish council's tasks.  A School Governor (Mrs Redgrave) came to watch our meeting too.  She is going to report back to the governors at their next meeting. 1

On 12th March the school council met with the Parish council. The school council asked questions about how we can help at school with the village travel plan. Mr Harding and Mrs Tofts brought SID to show us . SID is used to measure how fast traffic is travelling.

On 12th March the school council met with the Parish council.  The school council asked questions about how we can help at school with the village travel plan.  Mr Harding and Mrs Tofts brought SID to show us .  SID is used to measure how fast traffic is travelling. 1 The school council found out how we can help.

26th Febrauary - Today the school council helped to choose which badge designs will be sent off to the national competition.

26th January 2018

 

Today School Council attended the Student Council Cluster Conference at Cranbourne Business and Enterprise College. The theme of the Conference was diversity and celebrated differences around the world.

 

Firstly, we listened to an inspiring presentation by Chris Lubbe, Nelson Mandela's ex bodyguard. 

We then spent the rest of our day participating in different activities including Nepalese dancing, African drumming, learning Russian and Italian, tasting different fruits and finding out about how people around the world brush their teeth.

 

We learned lots and worked with a diverse group of people from lots of different schools, cultures and countries to learn what makes us the same and different. 

 

Well done to all School Councillors who were fantastic representatives of Oakley Infant School.

Year R School Council Elections

A huge thank you to everybody who donated to our local charity 'Real Change not Loose Change' following our Christmas performances.

 

In keeping with the UNCRC Article 24 and Article 27, the School Council decided that this was a very worthy charity helping homeless people in Basingstoke to have a warm place to stay and nutritious food to eat over the Christmas period.

 

 

Harvest Festival

 

This week School Council had their first official duty of welcoming visitors and supporting FRIENDS with the Harvest Festival. It was so nice to see so many grandparents supporting our school and enjoying our performances. The School Councillors did a fantastic job of serving our visitors using all their Oakley manners. They also collected money for the Basingstoke Food Bank. Thank you for your generosity.

Congratulations!

Congratulations to our new Year 1 and Year 2 School Councillors.

Also, a huge well done to all those children who ran for election by putting lots of effort into creating eye-catching campaign posters and speaking infront of their class. 

 

Thank you to everyone who voted.

Democracy Week

This week we are thinking about the UNCRC Article 12 'Every child has the right to say what they think in all matters affecting them, and to have their views listened to.'

In our school every child has the right to have their opinion and ideas heard and listened carefully too. We work hard with our school council to make sure that our school is a safe, happy and healthy environment to learn and play in, and one which is created with the children, not just for the children.

 

A huge thank you to our post school councillors for all your hard work and dedication.

 

This week we are campaigning for votes from our class to elect new school councillors.

Year 1 and Year 2 classes will be holding their voting day on Thursday complete with polling card, candidate list and ballot boxes for a democratic voting day. Year R will hold their voting day in the Spring.

 

The new school councillors will be announced on Friday during Celebration Assembly.

 

Good Luck candidates!

Thank you tea party

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Thank you to all of the wonderful grown ups who have helped us this year. We wouldn't have been able to go on all the lovely trips or take part in the cooking, reading and other fun activities without you. Thank you from all of us at Oakley Infant School.

School Council Conference 2017

This year's school council conference was all about aspirations. We had motivational talks from a GB athlete, Deji Tobias and from Andrew Knighton, a mountaineer who successfully scaled Mt Everest at the age of 61.  Workshops throughout the day were focussed on the importance of team work and aspiring to do the best and be the best we can.  We will be following up the conference with school assemblies and an aspiration week, where the school council will lead similar sessions for their peers. 

Making maths more challenging!

Following a suggestion by another pupil the school council have voted to focus on maths in the new year.  The councillors will be undergoing some basic lesson observation training in preparation for visits into one another's classrooms, where we will be looking at the challenge set in mathematics lessons.  As the term progresses, we will be asking classmates to offer their suggestions for how we can make maths more challenging and we will be conducting an audit of the equipment available to support us in maths sessions.

Harvest Festival 2016

This year's Harvest Festival was the school council's first formal engagement.  They were responsible for sharing cakes

and biscuits and making conversation with the audience of Grandparents and invited guests. 

The councillors decided that the UNICEF charity would receive any money raised through donations at the harvest celebrations to support their relief work in Haiti, following the devastation of Hurricane Matthew.  The councillors feel strongly that the children of Haiti get the support they need to ensure they have access to fresh water, food and warm shelters as these are some of our focus rights at Oakley Infants.

We are thrilled to announce that £241.09 was raised on the day and has gone to help support children that most need it. 

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School Council Elections

The Year 1 and 2 children took to the polls on Thursday 6th October to vote in their new school council.  Throughout the week the candidates were campaigning in their classes.  We were privileged to have a special guest join us on polling day; The Worshipful the Mayor of Basingstoke and Deane Cllr Jane Frankum. 

Madame Mayor and her Deputy.

Madame Mayor and her Deputy. 1
The results of the election were announced to much excitement during celebration assembly the following day.  Congratulations to the successful candidates. 

School councillors 2015-2016.

We have had a very busy year for the school council.  We launched an e-safety campaign across the school and led an assembly, aimed at informing our class mates on how to keep safe online.  We made posters which are now displayed in all classes. 

 

The school council conference was lots of fun.  We had to prepare a banner, displaying our three school values.  After consultation with the rest of the school it was decided our three values were; respect, resilience and collaboration.  We proudly spoke in front of over 100 people about our Oakley Infant values before enjoying a day of workshops at Cranbourne School.

 

Basingstoke and Deane council have spent a morning working alongside the Infant and Junior school's councils too.  They were interested in our perspective on the proposed 'Manydown Development'.  We had to consider physical and environmental factors that have a positive or negative impact on where people live.

School Council Conference 2016

We raised awareness of day for change.  This year we raised money for UNICEF to support those affected by the earthquakes in Nepal.  We dressed as people who help us.

Day for change 2016

The school council worked alongside Mrs Robson, who is responsible for the school travel plan, to lead and judge a road safety poster competition.  Winners were selected from each year group and their posters have been displayed on the road safety information board.

School Council Road Safety Competition

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We started the year thinking about recycling.  We did a recycling audit of the school and led an assembly to raise awareness amongst the school about the importance of recycling.

School Council Recycling Poem


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