At Warmsworth Primary School, pupils voices are shared through councils. We currently have an Eco Council, Enterprise Council, School Council and Sports Council. The school council meets - usually with a teacher present - to address and sort out problems and suggest improvements for the whole school.
Eco Council 2018-2019
Eco Council Leader - Mrs N Williams
Year 1: Alicja
Year 2: Owen
Year 3: Amelia
Year 4: Isabella
Year 5: Gabriella
Year 6: Emilea
Eco Council Update
One of our aims was to improve our outdoor environments to protect the wildlife in our local area. We have achieved this by creating bird feeders and locating them in the wildlife area and orchard.
Enterprise Council 2018 - 2019
Eco Council Leader - Mr C Burdon
Year 1: James & Ellie
Year 2: Rowan & Max
Year 3: Grace & Divine
Year 4: Carson & Thomas
Year 5: Beau-Lucy & Georgia
Year 6: Evie & Macy
Digital leaders are in essence, pupil monitors for the technology that is used in schools. We have nominated Year 6 pupils based on children who are interested, enthusiastic and have the potential to be role models in their use of technology. Their job is to be advocates for good behaviour with technology, support teachers where ever possible and to showcase a range of digital skills.
Our 'technical support' team are preparing to become experts in Virtual Reality and our 'Coaches' are planning to support other Key Stage 2 children.
"The only way to do great work is to love what you do." Steve Jobs
Zara, Ruby, Harry, Dylan, Ruben, Noah J, Emily, Alex, Harriet, Tristan and Daniel.
School Council 2018-2019:
School Council Leaders:
Mrs Brammer & Mrs Roe
Year 1: Samuel & Georgia
Year 2: Isla & Joshua
Year 3: Benjen & Isabell
Year 4: David & Willow
Year 5: Megan & Noah
Year 6: Ruby & Jakub
Warmsworth Warriors sponsored event:
On Friday 23 November, our school took on the exciting challenge of becoming Warmsworth Warriors for the day creating and performing their own year group versions of the New Zealand Haka.
Each Year group was given a Warmsworth Warrior workshop with Mr Halstead where they created a group version. Their task was to impress the judges with their strong warrior like movements to intimidate them. The Sports council were exceptional on the day ensuring all classes were in the hall at the correct time, observing the workshops and the crucial job of judging!
The event was a huge success with all year groups creating and performing exceptional routines. In addition to this, as a school we managed to raise £435.51 which will be used to develop PE at this school. The Sport Council would like to thank all parents and carers for their continued support towards PE.
School Council members:
School Council News:
Thank you to all the pupils who applied for the position of School Council Representative, the standard was very high. The new representatives are looking forward to organising events for the coming year.
We ask children to speak to their year group representative with any suggestions, ideas or comments linked to their learning experiences at Warmsworth Primary School.
Our School Council representatives ultimately decide on improvements required for school and any fundraising events which can help us achieve this.
Sports Council 2018-2019:
Sports Council Leader:
Year 1: Max
My name is Max and I am one of the Sports Councillors for Year 1. I enjoy playing football, it's my favourite sport. The first sport I ever played was rugby; I still want to try basketball. I was happy when my friends picked me for the role of Sports Councillor. My favourite sport star is Ronaldo.
Year 1: Lacey
My name is Lacey, I'm 5 and I love my PE Lessons at school I really enjoy throwing and catching in PE . Another reason I love PE is that it keeps you fit. I look forward to being a Sports Councillor for the rest of the year.
Year 2: Sebastian
My name is Sebastian and my favourite sport is football. I have also now started to really enjoy playing Handball at school with Mr Halstead.
Year 2: Luke
I was really pleased to be announced as a Sport Councillor this year. My favourite sport is football, but I like to try different sports as well. I'm hoping to try Hockey this year in PE.
Year 3: Henry
My name is Henry, and I am good at playing football. I also love to watch football my favourite team is Sheffield United. If I could meet one famous star in the world it would be David Brook who now plays for AFC Bournemouth after a 11.5 million pound move from Sheffield United.
Year 3: Maddison
I am the Sports Council representative for Year 3. I love Gymnastics, and I really enjoy playing Basketball. If I could meet a famous sports star I would want to meet the fastest person on earth (Usain Bolt).
Year 4: Ruby
My name is Ruby. I am 9 years old and my favourite sport is football; I love playing it at school and at competitions. I think sport is important because it makes you healthy. I would love to meet Ronaldo because he has good teamwork skills.
Year 5: William
My name is William, and I am very enthusiastic when it wanted to occupy the role of Sports Council because I am dedicated to sports and want our school to succeed. I recently captained our Year 5 football team to the Doncaster finals after the qualification event.
Year 5: Emma
My name is Emma. I'm a young girl that loves taking part in sports. My favourite sports consist of Basketball, Tag Rugby and Dodgeball. The first sport I ever took part in was Gymnastics, but my favourite now is Basketball and I have already represented Warmsworth Primary School at this sport. I wanted to be a Sport Councillor because I am dedicated to sports and wanted our school to succeed in sports. I would love to meet Simone Biles (professional gymnast) one day because she has won lots of medals at the Olympics, and she is very inspiring. I hope to inspire younger children at Warmsworth just like her.
Year 6: Ava
My name is Ava. I love doing PE lessons especially with Miss Gibson; we go to hundreds of competitions with a big smile on our faces knowing that we will come home victorious. My favourite sports are Tag Rugby, Football and Dodgeball. These sports involve having great hand-eye co-ordination, speed, agility and good teamwork. Being a team player includes supporting each other, effective communication and being aware of each other's strengths. I also love PE because it keeps you fit and healthy and it's so much fun. Something, I have never tried is Karate and would love to try this one day in the future.
Year 6: Charlie
My name is Charlie and I am a sports councillor for my school. This involves representing my school at sporting events, organising fundraisers to purchase resources (such as Dodgeball and Basketball equipment) and buying new sports kit. My favourite sport is Cricket and I play for Warmsworth in the summer months and Warmsworth football team in the winter. I play many positions both in cricket and football. My school sporting highlight by far was last year in an all Warmsworth final and I caught the final catch to give my Year 5 the win over Year 6. I support Yorkshire and English Cricket and my favourite player is Joe Root as he is the captain of England cricket team who recently has won back to back test matches in Sri Lanka.
Sports Council News Update
As a Sports Council, we have developed our ideas and arranged for school to purchase new equipment for children to use during play-times and lunch-times. The Sports Council members gathered ideas from their own year group, the ideas were then taken to the Sports Council meeting, where the children then taken to the Sports Council meeting, where the children then decided on which equipment to purchase.
We hope all the children in school enjoy the new equipment and look forward to our next assignment.