Switch Off Fortnight

The eco-council have set up and begun running ‘Switch Off Fortnight’.
We’re looking forward to seeing them make big changes around school!

 

 

Silver Award

Well done to our eco-council – they have worked very hard and earned St Silas the Silver Award for Eco Schools!

 

New Eco-Captains

Well done to these children, they were elected the new captains of the Eco-Council. They will lead the eco-council all year!

 

Eco-Council Learning Lunch

Today the newly elected eco-council had their first learning lunch of the year. They discussed why we have an eco-council, as well as evaluating where the school is and what our next steps are!

 

 

 

 

 

Staff Wellbeing Week

Staff Wellbeing Week- 13.06.16

Monday- Get Active

Staff got very active by taking part in a table tennis tournament or having a dance during a clubexcise session.

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Tuesday- Mindfulness- Staff enjoyed some relaxation of the mind with some mindfulness training with Pip.

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Wednesday- Connect- Today we enjoyed a scrumptious afternoon tea after school and connected with one another.

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Thursday- Keep Learning- Today TeamSilas were busy learning new skills at our learning breakfast.

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Friday- Give- To end the week we took part in covert compliments and each member of staff recieved a compliment from another staff member.

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Fruit to Suit

Today Sonya from the company Fruit to Suit visited school to work with Years Four and Five. The children worked hard in teams to complete a company challenge of setting a business. Within the session the children had to complete a business plan, carry out market research and create an T.V advert.

We look forward to Sonya returning on Wednesday to announce the winner of the company challenge and to work with Year Four on setting up our own healthy tuck shop business in school.image

Never Waste Anything!

Every Friday these eco-councillors go around school and collect in all the fruit and milk that has not been used. They then bag it up and give it to members of the community, ensuring that nothing in our school is wasted. Great job!

Recycling Poster

Manaal recreated this logo brilliantly using the Seesaw app!

Environmental Poetry

Today Year 5 used the Seesaw app to write some poems about why it’s important to recycle!

Taylise:

Fatumata and Haneen

Cristiano

Ephraim

Bronze School Status

The eco-council have been working non-stop to make St Silas a more eco friendly school and their hard work has paid off; this week the school was awarded the Bronze School Status!

 

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