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Netherthong

Primary School

School Government

School Government Ministers
  Prime Minister

 

   Alfie Cooper

  Minister for Media    Brooke Bissett
  Chancellor of the Exchequer    Sophie Thompson
  Foreign Secretary    Esme Morrell
  Minister for Health and Wellbeing    Isaac Sykes
  Minister for English    Laurie Walker
  Minister for Environment    Eva Morton-Ramsdale
  Minister for Science    Hatty Turnbull
  Minister for Art    Emma Buckley
  Minister for PE    Seb Schofield

School Government Blog

The Readathon Launch - Read For Good

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Week Commencing 7th March

School Government got involved in World Book Day this year and launched the Readathon.  As you know, this is where you sponsor your child to read as many books as they can. All the money will go to buying books for children in a hospital so they can read happily.  Please sponsor your child so they can reach their chosen goal.

On another fundraising theme, this Thursday we all came in pink clothing for Eden for her birthday. She has a very rare type of cancer and we wanted to join in her fundraising.  Thank you for all your contributions.

Minister for Media Brooke & Minister for Environment Eva

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The Newly Elected Ministers Meet

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11th February 2022

School Government met again on the 11th February and it was fantastic to see our new ministers brimming with ideas and raring to go. We discussed all sorts of ideas from democracy and voting, to the environment and reading and we allocated our new ministerial roles.

Our first initiative following the election will be to find out more about what our school values 'Nurture', 'Progress' and 'Succeed' mean to you. Look out for some brand new posters around school with your ideas on! School Government will also be launching a Readathon on World Book Day on 3rd March. We will be sharing all the details with you in our World Book Day assembly. It's part of a 'reading for good' idea and not only will we raise money for books and story telling in hospitals, we'll also be raising money to add to our own book stock in school. So get reading in preparation!

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Safer Internet Day 2020

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11th February 2020

Today was Internet Safer Day. Mr Kershaw and myself gave an assembly to Key Stage Two about the theme for this year which was Free to be me - exploring identity onlineFor more information, please visit: https://www.saferinternet.org.uk/safer-internet-day/2020 

(Written by the Minister of Media, Katie-Belle)

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Australia Crisis update

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29th January 2020

The School Government would like to thank everyone for their kind donations towards helping the animals that have been affected by the Australian Bush Fires. We have raised a massive £386.08, all of which will be going to the WWF Australia!  

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Australia Crisis

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15th January 2020

Both children and staff are very aware of what has been happening in Australia concerning the bushfires. The School Government have come up with a fundraising idea to raise money to help all the animals that have been burned or injured. The WWF-Australia say that it has been estimated that around 1.25 billion animals have been killed across Australia to date. This includes thousands of koalas and other iconic species such as kangaroos, wallabies, kookaburras, cockatoos and honeyeaters burnt alive, and many thousands more injured and homeless. For more information visit https://www.wwf.org.au/get-involved/bushfire-emergency#gs.rrws96.

As a school, we are planning to walk the equivalent of the distance from Sydney to Canberra, which is 288 km or as close to this as possible across next week. We will be collecting donations on Friday 24th where we will see if we can fill an outline of Australia.  

We really would appreciate the support and keep your eyes peeled for updates on our school blog.

Thank you,

The School Government

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