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“We walk in the footsteps of Jesus so that we may have life in all its fullness”

John 10:10

School Council

St Oswald's have welcomed the new School Councillors and they are:-

 

Lilly - Year 2

Junior  - Year 2

 

Joe  - Year 3

Ava  - Year 3

 

Nathan  - Year 4

Isabella  - Year 4

 

Keira  - Year 5

Cicero  - Year 5

 

Lucy-Jo  - Year 6

Jak  -Year 6

 

 

 

 

 

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The School Council are continuing with a survey on packed lunches. St Oswald's is very proud that we have been re-accredited with the Healthy School Award and will continue to work very hard to promote all aspects of healthy living.

School council are researching which foods are being consumed and what are the nutritional values of specific foods. They are looking at the details on the packaging for example, the calories, the fat content and the amount of sugar. They have discovered some shocking  facts!

 

They have created a display, collecting empty bottles of various drinks, checking and  weighing out the sugar to visually show the amount of sugar that is in the drink.

 

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The Student Council have been tending to the prayer garden,  keeping the wind chimes and the chalk message boards in place .Then took the opportunity to write messages and kind words on them. This is a lovely peaceful place for everyone to pray or just to take time for reflection.

 

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This week the School Council have been creating a plan of the prayer garden so that they can plant bulbs ready for next springtime to brighten up our lovely peaceful place. Some of the bulbs they planted are Daffodils, Tulips and Crocus. As you can see from the photographs they had lots of fun doing this and are so excited to see their hard work in bloom!

 

When they had finished their digging and planting and had been cleaned up, they went into the staff room to get warm and have a treat. A nice refreshing warm cup of coffee and a custard cream, which they all thoroughly enjoyed.

 

 

 

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This week the School Council have had an exciting time making Christmas Cards for the lovely people of Westoe Grange Residential Home.
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  • St Oswald's RC
  • Voluntary Aided Primary School.
  • Nash Avenue, Whiteleas,
  • South Shields,
  • Tyne and Wear,
  • NE34 8NS.
  • 01915367922
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