We are incredibly proud of the responsibility that the children take for our school some of our pupil leader roles include:
Water Mill Primary School has a very active School Council. We are elected by our peers to share ideas about school development and activities that will help to improve our learning. We meet every week to discuss ideas and then share these with our classes. We also help to plan events such as charity events and special days.
We are helping to improve our school by discussing our ‘Children’s Self Evaluation Report’ that all classes completed. We are in discussion with Mrs Rudd to see what actions can be taken to address our action points so that the school can get even better.
Click on the link below to read our evaluation of the school and our learning.
Eco Council do a variety of things to help our schools environment. We also go around the school, checking that the classes save electricity and put paper into the paper recycling.
We’ve had an Eco Assembly, teaching the children of Water Mill about how to look after their environment both in school and at home. Some children from both Eco and School Council had the pleasure of doing an experiment with Dr Xand (a character from Operation Ouch!) and they were even filmed.
We also held an assembly about helping the environment by collecting used batteries for recycling. We have recently had a visit from the ‘WE Charity’ and are going to use their information to start another project for the whole school to join in.
Check out our board in the hall for the latest projects!
All children who join our school become members of one of our 4 houses:
When we do PE or take part in 'House' events we wear a t-shirt representing the colour of our house team. Brothers and sisters are in the same house team and members of staff are also in the house teams. We can earn house points for trying our best with our work, for good behaviour or for showing how we are following our values and 'owlstanding' skills.
We are proud to introduce you to our House Captains for 2021-22: