Fairfield Road's School Council
Fairfield Road proudly presents the new School Council!
Coppers for Christmas
The School Council have presented to each of their classes and have handed over control to the children in KS2.
Children will be given the opportunity to cast a vote for the charity that they would like to raise funds for this half term.
Thank you to everybody in KS2 who voted!
This half term, we will be collecting loose change for the homeless, as voted for by you!
Watch this space!
We are going to be electing our new School Councillors over the next couple of weeks!
Coppers for Christmas
The School Council were blown away this Christmas by the generosity of the children, parents and wider community at our school. We raised a fantastic £380 in coppers and loose change! We spent all we had raised at B and M, filling up two whole shopping trollies!
We then chose eight School Councillors to accompany Mrs Aspinall and Mrs Roche to Key 103's HQ in Salford, where we dropped off all of the amazing gifts!
Key 103 were blown away with what we had to donate, they gave us a special shout out on the radio and have asked to work with us again in the future!
Well done Team!
Meet Fairfield Road's new School Council!!
Our School Council has decided to raise money for the 'Cash for Kids' charity with Key 103 radio station. The charity collects toys and gifts for children from 0-18 years and donates them to children in need in our local area. The School Council asks to collect in any loose change that you have so that they can use the money collected to buy presents for the charity.
We call this mission 'Coppers for Christmas'!
We will keep you informed of the money raised and the gifts that the council buys. ll coppers can be handed into class teachers and will be collected by the school council each week.
Thank you for your support!
Thank you for the generous donations that you have already brought in for Coppers for Christmas. We have already raised a bucket full of money
(literally) and this is just our first week! So once again Fairfield Road's School Council just want to give a HUGE thank you for your lovely support.
Anissa Emenike (Journalist)