Our school council has a representative from each class from years 1 to 4, and two representatives from each of our three classes in years 5 and 6.
We meet once a month to discuss our projects, and to feedback any ideas and suggestions from our own classes.
We are also Online Safety representatives and meet with Mr Glover.
Our projects have been around safety, the library and our outdoor space.
Working with RESPECT
- We are RESPONSIBLE for what we have agreed to do
- We EXPECT each other to do what has been agreed
- We SUPPORT each other and talk to be heard
- We PREVENT anyone feeling left out
- We help EVERYONE to be happy with our plans
- We CONSIDER each others feelings and needs
- We TALK well of each other
School Council Members
|Emily M (Yr1)||Cameron T-C (Yr1)||Hollie M-H (Yr2)||Ethan K (Yr2)||Leo T (Yr3)|
|Layla W (Yr3)||Henry J (Yr4)||Lucas T (Yr4)||Darcy P (Yr5)||Ella C (Yr5)|
|Lillie T (Yr5)||Freddie N (Yr5)||James K (Yr6)||Renee p (Yr6)||
Abigail D (Yr6)
|Tyler W (Yr6)|
Once a child enters year 6 at Rosemellin School they endeavour to achieve a Super Six status. The children need to show outstanding behaviour and effort in class and throughout the school. Children gaining this status are awarded a Super Six badge and tie.
|New play leaders coming soon!|
Forest School is an inspirational process, that offers ALL learners regular opportunities to achieve and develop confidence and self-esteem through hands-on learning experiences in a woodland or natural environment with trees. At Rosemellin Forest School sessions take place either in the nature area or off-site at Tehidy Woods.
Forest School sessions provide diverse opportunities for children to benefit from a supportive curriculum that can help children build positive values and attitudes about themselves, about learning and the environment in which they live. Children are given appropriately challenging and achievable tasks that build their confidence, skills and independence and are given the time to thoroughly explore their thoughts, feelings and relationships. This time and reflective practice develops inter- and intra-personal skills. It also develops children’s resilience, which benefits them in all areas of their learning.
Activities include cooking in the outdoors, fire making, den building, team building activities, conservation of our nature area and nature art.