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Week beginning 1st April - Monday Peschool and Nursery Open Day; Tuesday Eco Council Meeting; Wednesday Exhibition in Class after school; Thursday: Exhibition before school, Y5 Trip to University of Surrey, Easter Disco; Friday Last Day of Term, Y4 Easter Assembly at Holy Angels
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School Council

Our School Council is the voice and opinion of every child in school.  Each term representatives from each class, along with their Year 6 School Councillor, meet to express their views and share ideas.  Every class has a chosen charity which the School Councillor selected based on interest, charity focus and locality.  Over the year the class work with the Year 6 Councillor and charity representatives to learn about the work of the charity and explore ways to support it's work.

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Reception Class

Class Rep - Ebanie

Charity - Rainbow Trust Children's Charity

Rainbow Trust supports families who have a child aged 0-18 years with a life threatening or terminal illness and need the bespoke support we offer.

 

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Year 1

Class Rep - Hattie

Charity - The Vine Centre

The Vine Centre is there for anyone from the local community who would like to access their services.  They provide a warm, safe environment to talk, engage in social activities, find training and employment opportunities or simply get help with life in general.

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Year 2D

Class Rep - Jack

Charity - SSAFA

Whatever challenges they’re facing, members of the Armed Forces community can rely on SSAFA. Their network of more than 5,800 trained volunteers provides practical and emotional support for serving personnel, veterans and military families across the UK and worldwide.

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Year 2G

Class Rep - Kaitlyn

Charity - The Children's Trust

The Trust offers both residential and community-based rehabilitation services for children and young people with a brain injury.

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Year 3

Class Rep - Green

Charity - Surrey Wildlife Trust

Surrey Wildlife Trust are part of the Wildlife Trusts - a grassroots movement that believes we need nature and it needs us.

More than 25,000 members and 1,500 volunteers across our county help to restore Surrey's nature and make wildlife part of life, for everyone.

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Year 4

Class Rep - Amar

Charity - Parkside

Parkside is a registered charity based in Aldershot that provides support services for children and adults with learning disabilities living in the local area, covering both Hampshire and Surrey.

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Year 5

Class Rep - Deborah

Charity - Shooting Star Chase

Shooting Star Chase is a leading children’s hospice charity caring for babies, children and young people with life-limiting conditions, and their families.

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Year 6

Class Rep - Emily

Charity - Challengers

Challengers provides exciting and inclusive play & leisure activities for disabled children and young people in Surrey and the South East.

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School Council Minutes March 2019

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