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Hustings - September 2018

 

Hustings took place today for the role of the Head Boy/Head Girl and Deputies.  The representatives who took part in the event were amazing!  They were all very clear and knew how they were going to make a difference to the school, so it was a very hard job for the staff to make the decision.

 

Voting slips were counted and the new Head Boy and Head Girl are:

 

Head Boy:

Head Girl:

Deputy Head Boy:  

Deputy Head Girl:

 

Huge congratulations should be given to all pupils who stood in front of the school to complete the hustings, so well done the following pupils, who will have a prefect role in the school:

 

 

 

Mrs Johnston

Welcome to BWI

Written by the School Council and Prefects.

 

Bishop Winnington-Ingram C of E Primary School is a great school and has many clubs and trips such as:          

 

PGL, Year 6;

Willow tree, Year 5;

Science museum, Year 4;

Saint Paul's Cathedral, Year 3;

Florence Nightingale Museum, Year 2;

Lookout Centre, Year 1;

Natural History Museum in Oxford, Reception

Prefects and School Council 2017/2018

 

Head Boy/Girl and Prefects

Head Boy - Liam

Head Girl - Georgia

Deputy Head Boys - Aaron and Castor

Deputy Head Girls - Anna and Lauren

 

Prefects

 

School Council

 

Friendship Ambassadors

 

Eco Warriors

 

RE Ambassadors

 

Healthy Eating Ambassadors

Prefects and School Council 2016/2017

Head Boy/Girl and Prefects:

Head Boy: Louis

Head Girl: Kayla

Deputy Head Boy: Jack 

Deputy Head Girl: Emma

 

Healthy Eating Ambassador: Gabbi; James; Luca

 

Sports AmbassadorsGeorgie; Luca

 

Outdoor Learning AmbassadorsAlice; Molly

 

Uniform AmbassadorsScarlett; Sofie

 

Friendship Ambassadors:

Year 6:  Kawoon; McJaven; Poppy; Rochelle

Year 5:  Hyun-Woo; Liam; Rosaleen; Shadore

Year 4:  Angel; Daisy; Freddie

Year 3:  Elsie; Harrison; Louis D; Mia

 

School Council Class Representatives:

Year 6:  Coco; Elizabeth; Harry; William

Year 5:  Aaron; Faith; Jack; Oreofe

Year 4:  Arthur; Brooke; Kezia; Treasure

Year 3:  Alex; Louisa; Maia; Stevie

 

Eco Warriors:

Year 6

Year 5

Year 4

Year 3

 

Prefects and School Council 2015/2016

 

Head Boy/Girl and Prefects:

Head Boy and Girl - Ellisha and Grace

Deputy Head Boy and Girl - Harrison and Renee

Prefects:

Harry; Lucy; Hannah; Jayden; Luke; Isabella; Caleb; Katie; Elliemay

 

School Council Class Representatives:

Jayden; Anika; Zac; Ciara; Edward; Gabriele; Emma; Luca; Jesse; Lauren; Tajuan; Matilda; Theo; Lily; Charlotte; Jack

 

Friendship Ambassadors:

Elliemay; Yousif; Ellis; Sophie; Aaron; Finley; Tabitha; Victoria

 

Healthy Eating Ambassadors:

Louise; Myleene; Nicole; Serena

 

Prefects and School Council 2014/2015

 

Head Boy/Girl and Prefects 2014/15

Head Boy and Girl: Bobby and Elizabeth

Deputy Head Boy and Girls: William, Hannah, and Helen

Prefects: Thea, Lucy, James Ho (Friendship Buddies); Jonathan, Jessica (Sports Ambassadors); Daniella (Head Librarian); Manomay (School Uniform Prefect); Mia, Azaria (Key Stage 1 Buddies)

 

School Council 2014/15

BWI's School Council

Joshua, Elena, Azaria, Callum, Max, Zac, Grace, Mirshad, Yousif, Renee, Ollie, Scarlett, Keaton, Leo, Jenae

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Reflection Room System

 

If your child sticks to the School Rules, they won’t need to face any consequences. But every action has an equal or opposite reaction, so if your chid isn’t demonstrating their maturity, there will be a repercussion. The table below explains what happens if your child gets up to any mischief!!!

 

 

What did your child do?

What will the teacher do next?

What happens now?

The consequence?

Breaks a School Rule.

The teacher will draw a sad face on the classroom drywipe board and put your child’s name under it. This is commonly known as ‘name on the board.’

Your child will be requested to think about how they might have been able to follow the school rules and to do so in the future.

A warning.

Breaks a School Rule again.

The teacher will put a mark, usually a tick, next to the child’s name.

They will then miss 5 minutes off their next break time, reflecting.

5 minutes off break.

Breaks yet another School Rule.

The teacher will put another mark next to the existing one.

This means they will now spend 20 minutes at the start of their lunchtime to reflect on their behaviour.

Your child will face Reflection Room. You will get an e-mail.

Continues to break School Rules.

 

You will be called for a meeting with your child, the Class Teacher, and maybe the Headteacher and/or School Leadership Team.

A meeting with Class Teacher, parent and possibly Headteacher and/or SLT.

Sport Information

 

At BWI we do many different sports, for example District Sports where we do different athletics sports such as: throwing, running and jumping.

 

We have a Netball Team at BWI. This team consists of Year sixes, Year fives and Year fours. We try our best all through the season and go to a tournament in June.

 

BWI have a Football Team. The B Team and the A Team train each week and play in tournaments all through the season.

 

At BWI we have a Rounder’s Team that consists of both boys and girls. We go to the tournaments and always try our best.

 

In June, our Sports Day takes place at the Uxbridge Track. We do many sports such as: javelin, long jump, long distance running, hurdles, sprinting and boccia. We like everyone to join in, so the day is a mixture of sport activities and races.

 

We do many different events and hope to keep you updated in all of our sporting results.

  • Bishop Winnington - Ingram Church of England Primary School,
  • Southcote Rise, Ruislip, Middlesex, HA4 7LW
  • Email:   office@bwi.org.uk
  • Telephone:  01895 633520
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