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Super SATs results above the local and national average.Charity of the year with the Co-op achieved by our Young Leaders.Our school bands are the winners of Rochdale Music Festival 2018. We won all categories.We are the overall year 6 winners of Springhill Athletics 2017.Winner of the Football League and local tournament.Our band was filmed by BBC for Cbeebies programme for broadcast in December.Our Musical Theatre group won at Rochdale Music Festival 2018.Littleborough CPS Musical Theatre are the overall winners of the Rochdale Music festival celebration concert.

School Council

Welcome to The School Council

The School Council has two members from each class from Year 2 to Year 6 and meets every month to discuss matters that have arisen which are important to the children. These meetings are led by the Chair and Secretary. Here are some of the projects in which we have been involved in.  

 

  • School Council have spent some of their budget on medals to thank and congratulate those children who donated money for the following charities: Breast Cancer Support, The Honey Bee Charity and Springhill Hospice. We are delighted to say the school and its community has overwhelmed us with their generosity. Collectively, we have raised approximately £1500 for the three charities. Thank you so much for your continued support.

 

  • Policy writing. We have been involved in updating our Anti-Bullying and Healthy Eating Policies.

We are pleased to say we have met the criteria for achieving 'GOLD' school council status!! To achieve this we were assessed by another school council, who watched our meeting and looked around the school at the projects we have worked on. 

Healthy Tuck Shop

The school council runs a Healthy Tuck Shop every morning playtime, which is in line with our healthy school status. Every week, the Treasurers count the takings and adds this to the finance book. So far the money raised by tuck shop has paid for the inspirational quotes and some fantastic art work in Key Stage One, created by an ex-pupil.

This year, part of our money will be given to the Reading Resources group who will purchase inspiring books for each year group. We have donated £278 for this. 

 

Tidy Cloakroom Award 

We also check the school cloakrooms each day and at the end of the week present the Tidy Cloakroom Award to the class that has kept the tidiest cloakroom.