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24/06/19

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24/06/19

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24/06/19

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24/06/19

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Science morning in Key Stage 1 https://t.co/UDOmNMgM0c

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24/06/19

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Science morning https://t.co/2rAqmnH4An

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24/06/19

Retweeted From Whyteleafe Computing

Only a few days to go until we hold our successful E-safety Parent Workshop run by . Sessions will run from 2-3pm and 5.30-6.30pm. Please sign up below and indicate which session you would like to attend: https://t.co/HW8cpJLOd4

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24/06/19

Retweeted From Whyteleafe School Art

Year 1 having lots of fun in their first afternoon in Art week! We learnt about different ways to use powder paint and how colours can link to emotions. We wrote emotions in the paint with our finger, paintbrushes and glue. https://t.co/AyB9CHbA8c

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22/06/19

Retweeted From Kate Mole

Great to hear and thank you for delivering the session https://t.co/DUJk5dpvMh

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22/06/19

Retweeted From Miss L Alphonso

We loved being dinosaurs! We even had dinosaur interviews https://t.co/tqQtnHQGfS

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22/06/19

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A quick reminder that we are once again hosting our successful E-safety Parent Workshop run by . Sessions will run from 2-3pm and 5.30-6.30pm. Please sign up below and indicate which session you would like to attend: https://t.co/N3Ck9mk6C4

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21/06/19

Retweeted From John Williams

Enjoying Ks2 Sports Day in the sunshine https://t.co/k9zgYiTVn8

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18/06/19

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You know the school culture is right when staff turn up to a voluntary professional development session https://t.co/klowcBxjL3

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18/06/19

Retweeted From Whyteleafe Computing

We are once again hosting our successful E-safety Parent Workshop run by . Sessions will run from 2-3pm and 5.30-6.30pm. Please sign up below and indicate which session you would like to attend: https://t.co/BjulUtMKdO

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18/06/19

Retweeted From Miss L Alphonso

Geography week has begun. We have started making our own globes https://t.co/H2zDkCD1Xp

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18/06/19

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Children showing me the harvested radishes this morning at https://t.co/6s8aMGoLcd

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15/06/19

Retweeted From Miss C Newey

1N have had a fantastic afternoon working on their colouring, cutting and pretending to be some of their favourite people! https://t.co/01FHgeTFkm

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14/06/19

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Relaxing session in the forest making Mexican God's eyes at with and https://t.co/8Zxel0VTwz

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14/06/19

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Map reading skills at First look at secondary school layout, then make our own maps of forest school with natural resources. https://t.co/avOrhKPBod

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13/06/19

Retweeted From John Williams

The first Whyteleafe School run at Kenley aerodrome this morning https://t.co/yQuAHy25Ok

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11/06/19

The barriers are not working at Whyteleafe station. Please find an alternative route if you’re driving.

Pupil Voice

School Captains 2018 - 2019

Dylan Kumar 6M and Lucy Hook 6C

This year we had an amazing 17 children put themselves forward for the role of school captain. Year 6 voted in the first round and the top 6 children got through to the whole school assembly round. The whole school voted on Monday 24th September and our school captains for 2018 are Lucy Hook from 6C and Dylan Kumar from 6M. The presentations were exceptional and all the children who participated should be very proud of themselves

I am very much looking forward to working with Lucy and Dylan this year.

Miss Caunt 

 

House Captains 2018 - 2019

RED -  Oliver Scott 6M & Emily Payne 6C

BLUE -  Aimee Bacon 6M & Harrison Stringer-Millard 6C

GREEN - Ruby Satchell 6M & Dylan Phillips 6C

YELLOW -  Harrison Smith 6M & Bethany Boyce 6C

 

Pupil Leadership Team 2018 - 2019

As part of the Pupil Leadership Team they support the teachers and all other members of staff to find ways of improving the school experience for all pupils. Their role will includes looking at the teaching and learning that goes on in classrooms as well as the more general aspects of life at school. They are the representative for all pupils to enable them to have a say in improving their own education and developing new ideas for the future.

Prefects - Summer Term 2019

6M 6C
Samantha Nyaga Natasha Nyaga
Fatima Hussain Laila King
Lauren Bellamy Holly Dewar
Paige Berry Lauren Sugg
Jessica Dunnett Amelia starr
Jonathan Wraight Joan Duckworth
Jason Lee Nael Larquet
Keira Dias Alice Weller
Kayleigh Stringer-Millard  
Livi Crawford-Thomas  
Alice Price  
Sadie Crawford  

 

School Councillors

This is a democratic group who are elected by their peers. Children interested in representing their class gave a talk which was presented to the class as to why they were good for the role. Votes were cast by their peer group and two children were elected per class from years 2 to 6.

Their main roles are to improve and develop links with the local community, supporting PTA events, fund raise for chosen charities, using their role to ensure children's ideas and suggestions are heard.

Young Leaders

In Young Leaders we play with little KS1 children. It is really exciting when you first put on a Young Leaders T-Shirt and carry the equipment out onto the top playground. We play many games like "What’s the time Mr Wolf" and parachute games like "Cat and Mouse". It is an absolute joy to see the happiness on the younger children’s faces, to see them laugh when running under the parachute, to see them scream when running away from the wolf. It is a big responsibility to see that everybody is happy but it is worth it. This is why I love being a Young Leader. Every Friday I get excited about Young Leaders.  

Peer Mediators

Being a peer mediator is a very important job.  A peer mediator keeps people safe. They make sure there are no fights or fall outs during playtime and lunchtime.  If you have a problem, come and see a year 5 in a red hat. I like being a peer mediator because I like other people to make friends.