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Cross –Campus Student Council Meeting 7th December

11 December 2015

Altogether there were 42 children at the meeting, which began with some ice-breaking activities to help the students mix and get to know each other. They had a lot of fun with the Toilet Paper Game, which involved an entire team having to join themselves with a ribbon of toilet paper and walk to the finish line without breaking it! We then got down to the serious business of hearing about what the student councils at each campus have been doing so far this year. Susu from Year 6 and Iris from Year 4, the Leader and Deputy Leader of our Student Council, spoke on behalf of TX. After that, there was an opportunity to talk to students from the other campuses to share ideas and experiences. The students really enjoyed the chance to meet the other student councils and found it a useful experience.

Ms Jane

EAL Teacher