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Meet Our School Council and Eco-Committee for 2022-23

The Big Question     


This week we are discussing what charity we will be supporting for the year. Has your school councillor spoken to you about this important 'big question' yet?



Last year our chosen charity was Blue Cross.



Our Christmas Jumper Day 2021

Children In Need 2021

Autumn 21, Year 1 and 2 visited All Saint's Church for the Harvest festival and donated food to FIND.


This year, the children tested their super powers by taking on different challenges throughout the day.  Our School Council lead an assembly, via zoom and listened to children's ideas for challenges that they'd like to do on the day.  Each class had a go at the 'Guess the Teacher' from the baby photo quiz and also took part in 'Share a Smile' by telling hilarious jokes to each other.  The children had amazing day in their colourful outfits and were all superheroes when taking part in their class challenges. A particular well done to Foundation for walking a combined total of 59.15 miles! The support from parents, carers, grandparents, aunts, uncles and friends was phenomenal, raising a whopping £2439 for Comic Relief!  A huge thank you to you all!

Two years ago, our chosen charity was EACH (East Anglia's Children's Hospice). We were given a guided tour.

At Holbrook we are proud to have pupil representatives that take part in Class and School Council meetings. These councils are in place so that pupils have a voice and can be involved in decisions about the school that affect them. Class Council allows all pupils the opportunity to raise issues, share ideas and take part in discussions. Children manage to reach a democratic solution. Wider issues that arise at Class Council are discussed further at School Council. It is important that as many pupil voices are heard as possible. Pupils at Holbrook know that this is their school and their thoughts and ideas matter. Our School Council meet every two weeks and share their minutes at whole school assemblies. A 'Big Question' is then discussed the following week during discussions in class. Our School Council also act as an eco-committee and are devoted to making Holbrook as green a school as possible.


 Holbrook Primary Eco-Code

The School Council would like all pupil, staff and visitors to agree to the following eco-code


We will…….

  • RECYCLE all scrap paper, using both sides.
  • RECYCLE all cardboard.
  • RECYCLE all clean, plastic containers.
  • RECYCLE used batteries, textiles, crisp packets, ink cartridges, and shoes.
  • REUSE fruit and vegetable waste for compost.
  • REUSE materials to support our learning (junk modelling, glue pots, flower pots etc.).
  • REUSE pens and glue sticks by putting lids back on after use.
  • REDUCE the amount of paper printed and always print double sided and use less coloured ink
  • REDUCE the amount of energy used to heat our radiators by turning them down and wearing a jumper
  • REDUCE water wastage by turning off taps.
  • REDUCE electricity wastage by switching off and closing doors.
  • REDUCE food wastage by pre ordering our school lunches and eating up!
  • REDUCE our carbon footprint by walking, scooting or biking to school.
  • REDUCE our use of single use plastics by using reusable drinks bottles, avoiding cling film and purchasing responsibly.
  • REDUCE the use of plastic by only laminating when absolutely necessary

Pop into the Ipswich Town Hall to see you your eco art works on display - they look wonderful!

Summer Term Clean Up 2021