The School Games Values are passion, belief, respect, honesty, determination and teamwork. Our school sport provision is built on these values. Pupils in Year 5 attended a Sports Crew Leadership Day in the summer organised by Northamptonshire Sport. This day included a series of sports leadership workshops including setting up and running activities, running Level 1 Intra-School Events, helping to engage Non- and Least-active children in PE, media training – marketing and reporting, communication skills and planning and delivering small scale festivals in school.
Our Sports Crew team
Freddie, Lyla, William, Millie, Jack, Lilly, Thomas, Erin, Mason, Abigail.
The role of our digital leaders is to assist teachers and children with the use of ICT in school. Whilst supporting others, they further develop their own skills through problem solving and explanation.
There are many opportunities throughout the year to engage with extended learning and Computing including National Coding Week, World Space Week, attending the BETT Exhibition Show ExCel London and developing a partnership with Beachborough School and their TED workshop. (Technology Entertainment and Design).
Our whole school focus on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) is woven into our weekly plans with opportunities to enter National competitions and attend an After School Club called Creative Computing and Computing unplugged.
Our Digital Leaders
Harvey, Lilly, Jack, Molly, Mason and Millie.
Our School Council is elected by each class and does a number of things:
— The school council meets twice a term, with a staff member present, to discuss and sort out any issues we may have. These may include school lunches, behaviour or ideas for fundraising events.
— Members of the school council are responsible for carrying out ideas that have been agreed in class meetings, such as improvements around the school, planning Children in Need fundraising, writing newspaper articles, or meeting with catering staff.
— They are invited to support the Headteacher by showing visitors around the school and they attend our annual Open day for prospective parents on a Saturday afternoon in October.
Our School Councillors
Year 1 – Phoebe and Dennis, Year 2 – Holly and Oscar, Year 3 – Lacey and Tudor , Year 4 – Alyssa and Charlie, Year 5 – Isabelle and Callum, Year 6 – Millie and Mason
The worship committee is elected by their classmates representing each year group. They investigate what worship means to children and how it helps us reflect on its messages. They work together as a team to ensure worship in its many forms has greatest meaning for all children.
— We aim to make worship lively, engaging and meaningful.
— We aim to listen to others and discuss comments and suggestions that would enhance worship at Croughton All Saints CE Primary School.
The committee is a forum for discussion and decision making. It means children have a voice in relation to school assemblies as the committee consult with their class about what happens in worship, what they enjoy and what we can do to improve the experience. The committee help to plan our Harvest Festival and lead prayers in church, they are involved in setting up Prayer Space experiences and help organise our Remembrance Service in the village church.
Our Worship Committee
Year 1 – Meredith, Year 2 – Daisy, Year 3 – Aimee, Year 4 – Tilly & Miryn, Year 5 – Ellyanna, Year 6 – Erin,