British Values Day

The new candidates had already impressed their fellow pupils with their campaign speeches and posters to explain why they should be chosen to represent their classes.  This year a dazzling 17 Mini Police candidates from Year 5 had also successfully presented their speeches and were now waiting with baited breath for the ballot papers to be counted.

On Monday 23rd September, after a nerve-wracking weekend, the wait was over as the children attended the BIG RESULTS assembly!  PCSO Parrott had been invited to present badges, lanyards and certificates to the worthy winners in front of a huge audience of invited parents and excited children.  The hall was respectfully silent and the atmosphere was electric as the results were announced before a huge round of applause was given during the presentations. Winners, also including new House and Vice Captains, along with the new Collective Worship Council  then had their pictures taken, with the police cadets in their fabulous new caps and congratulations were given all around. 

What an amazing start to the new year, setting up our Pupil Voice superbly and celebrating the diversity, creativity and courage of many new representatives and initiatives in the school.  Well done to all of the candidates who bravely put themselves forward, believing that they can make the school the best it can be and good luck to those successful in their campaign as they take on their new roles with pride.