At Prospect Hill Infant and Nursery School, we are proud to have pupil representatives from each class to take part in School Council meetings. There are 12 members which are elected by their classmates every September, and they meet once a month, with Mrs. Wain, to discuss issues and report on the ideas of their classes.
The objective of an effective School Council is to:
- Enjoy and feel empowered by their education.
- Feel that their school responds to their needs and views.
- Have the opportunity to let adults know their feelings and opinions about things that affect them.
- Have a say about decisions, and to play an active role in making their school a better place.
- Develop life skills through participation and co-operation.
A School Council Suggestion Box and Notice Board are located at the main entrance. Our children are encouraged to use the suggestion box to help improve our school.
Meet our 2021/2022 School Councillors.
This year School Council will continue to plan events to help raise money to improve our KS1 playground.
We had our first meeting of the year on Friday 12th November. We discussed our first fundraising event and jobs we need to do over the coming school year. It's going to be busy, but we are looking forward to it.
Take a look at our Prospect Fundraising page.
Christmas Event 2021
Our first job was to plan a fundraising event for Christmas. The first thing we decided to do was organise a Christmas bauble decorating competition. We bought some baubles, had the little tags kindly donated to us and sold the baubles to the children who wanted to take part. Some of our Governors agreed to judge and we wrote to local supermarkets asking if they could donate some prizes for our winners. Tesco and Morrisons were brilliant and sent us some prizes which we made into activity hampers. The entries were all amazing and our Governors had a very tricky job.
We raised £151. Thank you to everyone who entered, your designs were incredible.
Unfortunately, due to COVID, our singing events had to be cancelled so our plans had to be changed, but that didn't stop us.
We decided to set up some hot chocolate treat tables around school. We asked for donations for the treat packs and reindeer food to be placed in out honesty tins.
Your support and kind donations raised £144.
Take a look at our Fundraising page for more details and to see some photographs.
Look at what we did in 2020/2021
Due to COVID 19 we were unable to do council meetings, organise our usual fundraising events and visit our friends at Beech House Care Home. We hope to start our meetings as soon as possible.
Monday 19th July 2021
Our summer raffle was a great success again this year, and it helped us to raise money for our KS1 playground improvements. We wrote to our local supermarkets asking if they could donate a raffle prize, they were very generous and donated lots of lovely hampers. Thaymar Ice Cream Tea Rooms sent us a voucher and we applied to The Deep for a family ticket. A very tasty picnic platter was kindly donated too.
Here are the winning ticket numbers.
Pink 271 - The Deep, family pass
Pink 544 - £10 Thaymar ice-cream voucher
White 105 - Tesco BBQ hamper
White 23 - Morrisons hamper
Pink 605 - Asda children's activity hamper
Blue 734 - Asda children's activity hamper
Blue 712 - Asda children's activity hamper
Yellow 127 - Asda children's activity hamper
Yellow 204 - Asda children's activity hamper
Pink 292 - Asda children's activity hamper
Pink 548 - Asda children's activity hamper
White 893 - Asda children's activity hamper
Pink 440 - Asda children's activity hamper
Yellow 178 - Asda children's activity hamper
White 467 - Picnic platter
Pink 67 - Children's activity book
Congratulations to all our winners and thank you to everyone for your support.
Have a look on our Prospect Fundraising page to find out how much we raised.
On behalf of our school we applied to Asda to take part in their Green Token Giving scheme to help with our playground fundraising efforts. . We are so happy that we have been accepted. Unfortunately, there are no boxes in the store this year due to COVID, but you can now vote for our school online using the link below. Watch out for Marvellous Me messages for updates and keep an eye on our fundraising page too.
Thank you for your support everyone.
Easter Colouring Competition 2021
On behalf of our school council, some of our Year 2 councillors helped to organise an Easter colouring competition and we asked our Governors to judge for us.
ASDA in Worksop and Home Bargains in Rotherham donated an amazing amount of Easter goodies to give to our winners. Because of their generosity we were able to award 4 prizes in each year group category and an extra Governor’s award.
We wrote to ASDA and Home Bargains to say a BIG thank you for their wonderful donations and also wrote to our Governor's to thank them for judging!
Thank you to everyone who entered, we raised £120.00 towards our playground fund.