Today reps enjoyed a visit from Jennie Probert, the environmental officer at County. They talked about recycling and came up with lots of great ideas on how we could raise awareness around school. They’re very excited about helping Jennie run an assembly on this topic in January.
Reps are busy preparing for a visit from Jennie Probert, Environmental Officer, next week. The children will help her to lead an assembly in January on the importance of recycling. We’ve also started making recycling awareness posters to put up around school.
Reps had a great visit to the Houses of Parliament this week. They had a tour of the building then had lunch with Richard Harrington.
Richard wrote this afterwards:
I was very glad to welcome Abbots Langley Primary School Council to Parliament yesterday, meeting for a tour of the Commons and Q&A.
I try to invite all local schools to come down to London whenever they can, but if your school hasn’t been please ask a teacher to email me and we will find a time!
Today we discussed anti-bullying week as it’s fast approaching. We talked about what bullying is and how we can help to stop it. Reps are busy designing posters to put up around school to raise awareness. They came up with ideas such as:
Treat everyone the same.
No matter who they are, be nice to them.
Respect everyone as equals.
Treat people how you wish to be treated.