Stanningley Primary School

Respect and Pride

 CHALLENGE - Starting 5.7.21 School council are challenging all KS 2 pupils to use less screen time at home.  See school council page. 
Please ensure you wear a face mask and follow social distancing guidelines when dropping off and collecting children. Many thanks.  If you have any concerns and need to speak to a member of staff, please do not hesitate to contact us.     Please can we ask you to keep your contact details up to date by ringing the school office. Thank You.

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School Council
LESS SCREEN TIME CHALLENGE  
All children in KS 2 have been invited to join our challenge. 
Each child will have a tally chart to collect signitures and stamps from the adults at home and school. 
Each child has been challenged to less screen time at home.  To complete the challenge they will have to demonstrate that they have used at least 30 minutes less than usual. Lots of prizes to win. 
Children need to return their tally chart to school on Monday 12th July.   
A school council is group of students who are elected to represent the views of all children and to improve their school. Our school council does a number of things: the school council regular meet with Di Greenwood present to bring ideas and opinions from their classes. These may include improving school, helping the community or ideas for fundraising events.
World Book Week

Our school council met to discuss what events we could do to celebrate World Book Week. The children in classes loved the idea of a whole school book swap at an open school coffee morning. We all had great fun choosing a new to us book. Thanks to all who donated a book.