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Agents of Change

Agents of Change

All our pupils are Agents of Change. Elected by the children, two pupils from each class represent 'Agents of Change' to discuss issues, bring ideas and solutions to make the world we live in a better place for everyone.

Congratulations to our new 'Agents of Change'

Our ‘Agents of Change’ are two children from each class, elected by the pupils, to represent them and discuss issues, bring ideas and solutions to make the world we live in a better place for everyone.
We are sure they will do a fantastic job!

 

 

Food Bank Bin

You may have noticed our new yellow Food bank bin on the decking, which is one of the first jobs our Agents of Change are overseeing. If or when you are able to donate something it would be gratefully received. Canterbury Food bank are asking for particular items at the moment, these are; tinned potatoes, instant mash,
cuppa soups, long life milk, long life juice, canned ham, tinned fish, instant coffee, rice pudding, beans, soup, nappies sizes 5, 5+, 6, 6+. All toiletries, cleaning sprays and washing up liquid.

 

Beach Clean July 2022

Some members of The Agents of change attended the CACOT children’s forum at Swalecliffe primary school on Tuesday 14th June. It was an opportunity for them to meet with other school councils and share ideas on what makes our schools great and how we can work together in the future. The morning was broken up into Reflect, relaunch and inspire.

We look forward to more collaboration in the future. 

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Agents of Change - Eco Division

It's great to know that our team of children have high values and care about the environment around us. Our children raise awareness about sustainability and encourage everyone to be good at recycling and saving energy. They meet once a week to discuss new ideas.

 

 

 

Agents of Change - ECO Division

February 2020

Miss Braid welcomed Chris Cornell, a local councillor, who came in to speak to them about his job. They had a very informative meeting and he discussed with the children if they had any ECO ideas to take back to the Council.

 

In addition, after a letter from the ECO Division, he brought some litter equipment for them to keep! Thank you!

Agents of Change Meeting Notes
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