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Our 2022-23 Enmore Primary School Council

Children In Need 2022

School Council preparing for Children in Need week 2022.

World Mental Health Day #HelloYellow 2022

Our 2021-22 Enmore Primary School Council


SEE Charity Fund-Raising Page on the website for more!


School Council have been preparing and organising our RND events:  Wear something Vibrant Day, Bake Sale and a Lego Habitat for our Red Nose animals Competition.

Through some fantastic fund raising the PTA have bought the school some new games tables for lunchtime play.  School Council organised a set of rules and have overseen the introduction of these tables to the children at lunch playtimes.  Look out for children playing:  chess, draughts, snakes and ladders, Connect 4 and Ludo!  It is great fun!

PTA Games Tables

        This year's school councillors are already showing great potential.  They have been hard at work choosing and preparing this year's activities, ideas and charity fundraisers.

        They are beginning the preparations for our first event: 

Children In Need Week 11th to 15th November.  After last year's resounding success we are participating in Somerset Activity & Sports Partnership's Virtual #RickshawChallenge. 

Our Target:  423 miles over the week (running, jogging, walking, hopping, skipping, dancing..)




Upcoming Events

Children In Need: Virtual #RickshawChallenge 2019. We raised over £180 and ran over 920 miles throughout the week!



This January, the School Council are supporting the NSPCC.  They have organised a non-uniform 'Wear Something Green for Buddy' day on the 24th January.  Any donations given will go towards the NSPCC. 

Our 'Wear Green for Buddy Day' has raised nearly £150 in donations for the NSPCC! Well done everyone for donating to such a great cause.

“By working together in an exciting, creative and supportive Christian environment we will challenge and inspire every child to become highly literate, numerate, sociable and healthy, with a thirst for continued learning and a belief in their ability to become significant citizens”