Children from a number of different classes came together to work with our lunchtime organisers. They discussed what children's rights are all about and how the lunchtime organisers support children in our school to access their rights during lunchtime. The children and staff really enjoyed working together on this activity and will come up with a playground charter based on the rights that they thought were most important to them during lunchtime.
Our School Council went to visit The Lord Mayor. School Council were invited to have mince pies and a drink with The Lord Mayor. We used this opportunity to ask her questions about Children’s Rights & Air Pollution in our local area.
The children at Parkview are investigating air pollution in the local area. Article 24states that children have the right to a clean environment. As a school we are looking for ways to reduce air pollution in our local area.
Here are some of the photos from the Park View school trip to Ghyll Head
Earlier this term Park View Community school entered an Easter writing competition.
We were thrilled to find out that we had been chosen as the winners and received 6 chick eggs that have recently hatched and grown very quickly!
Here is the winner with her writing about a magical dragon. It captured the judges’ attention and was chosen as the best entrant of the competition.
The children enjoyed dressing up as their favourite characters for World Book Day at Park View.
Park View Community School are Rights Respecting Aware (Bronze)
KS2 children enjoy Forest School at Park View
Congratulations to Kaymen who won the hamper for the parents evening questionnaire!
Harvest Festival- Thank you to all the families for their contributions of food which will go to the Wood Street Mission.