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Hi Guys,

In school council the children who are elected have an important role in the school. So far this year we have already participated in Sports Relief. We did a 'Be a Hero' day where everyone dressed as a superhero and played hero games. We have also recently done a questionnaire to find out what people think about lunchtimes and playtimes. They decided they wanted more games and activities and Friends of Anglesey helped us by raising money to buy new equipment. Come and see the picture of lunchtimes/playtimes on our school billboards! 
All of the school council are going to go to the Town Hall on 2nd March to find out what Town Councillors do. We are really excited and will blog all about it very soon!
Saffa Hussain

Meeting the Mayor by Haaris Tanvir - Year 6

posted 17 Mar 2015, 07:31 by Becky Brumby   [ updated 17 Mar 2015, 07:31 ]

On Monday the 2nd of March the school council’s leader  offered the school councillors an opportunity to meet the Mayor!(councillor Ron Clarke). When we arrived we went straight to the council chamber. The council chamber had a golden mace pointing straight towards the door where we walked through .  We sat down.  Suddenly the mayor appeared.  We spotted  some stained glass windows, we figured that  they represented the previous Mayors. The Paget family had once brought a pair of goats from the holy land and that had become Anglesey Primary Academies new badge . The mace was a club which used to be used for keeping the Mayor safe.  Through the years  the mace became more and more important  and now it sits facing the door as it represents the Queen observing who’s coming in and who’s going out .

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