Children's Leadership Team

The results of the CLT election have been announced:

CLT President - Freddie Smith
Year 6 Representative - Demi Anjorin
Year 5 Representative - Kieran Hindmarsh
Year 4 Representative - Amy Rose Robinson
Year 3 Representative - Lexie-Mai Lambert Cousins
Year 2 Representative - Ryan Donaldson
Year 1 Representative - Abbie Coney

In addition to the above two sports council leaders have been elected. They are Amber Lambert Cousins and Rhys Spencer

Congratulations to all of the children and well done to all who ran for election. We heard some brilliant speeches and ideas!

And the votes are in ...

Published on Monday 12 June 2017 by Miss Vaughan.

It has been a tense few days counting the voting slips however the wait is over, we now have our new CLT.

And the votes are in ...

Well done to our new representatives,

Year 1 - Emma

Year 2 - Maya

Year 3 - Benjamin

Year 4 - Ava

Year 5 - Keira

Year 6 - Spencer

and last but not least our new school president Alex!!

It was an emotional speech from our new president last week when he was elected. He had most staff and some pupils in tears. We are so excited to see what the new year brings with our new energetic CLT.

CLT elections!

Published on Wednesday 7 June 2017 by Miss Vaughan.

It is that time of the year where everyone is busy voting. Even in Crook Primary School.

CLT elections!CLT elections!

Children from all year groups have been busy campaigning hard and delivering amazing speeches this week. All to be part of the new CLT.

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Today is the day we will announce the new school president and new class representatives. We are waiting on a few votes coming in ... It looks like it is going to be a close one!

CLT elections!CLT elections!

We listen to the pupil voice!

Published on Wednesday 7 June 2017 by Miss Vaughan.

As requested from our suggestion box the CLT have made Crook Primary School their very own art gallery.

A suggest from a number of children across the children to do more art came true. The CLT fed back this information to Mrs Lupton and Miss Robinson who asked all teachers to do an art week involving paint.

We listen to the pupil voice!

Everyone was so excited and produce some fabulous pieces of art which are currently being displayed in our dining hall.

We are aiming to have an art project at the end of every term where the CLT will decide on a theme for the rest of the school. The best art work will be chosen and displayed.

We listen to the pupil voice!

Well done CLT another suggestion completed!!

Red Nose Day

Published on Friday 24 March 2017 by Miss Vaughan.

What a lovely day to have a walk to the park. The CLT pulled off an amazing Red Nose Day.

"Everyone had fun and I hope we can do it again next year. It was a great way to raise lots of money!" Amy-Rose Robinson.

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"It was really fun to do something different" Lexie- Mai Lambert - Cousins

"I enjoyed the walk to the park because I was dressed in red and I got to be with my friends" Ryan Donaldson

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"It was a fun experience and helped charity in a fun and unique way." Freddie Smith

When we got back to school we designed our own Red Nose, and there was a winner from each class which was announced in assembly

Red Nose Day

Fantastic effort from everyone today for dressing up and thank you for your very generous donations!


Red Nose Day Friday 24th March

Published on Tuesday 21 March 2017 by Miss Vaughan.

Red Nose Day is Friday 24th March. The Children's Leadership Team have been busy planning activities for the day.

Red Nose Day Friday 24th March

Each class will be taking part in The Walking Red which will consist of a group walk to Crook's local park on Thistleflat Estate. All pupils are asked to come to school dressed in red for the day. We would be very grateful if you could make a contribution (we suggest a minimum of £1).

Please make sure your child has comfortable footwear and a warm, waterproof coat.

The CLT have already been for a walk up to the park. They went with Mrs Elliott to risk assess the walk, the roads and the park. It was not as easy as they thought!