School Council

Clover Hill Remembers and Reflects

Clover Hill pupils and staff were extremely proud to be part of the Remembrance Day parade and service on Sunday. Seeing the whole community come together was such a special tribute. Young and old together to remember and reflect, an emotional and amazing morning!...

Remembering at Clover Hill

r All of our RotaKids have kindly given up their break times this week in order to help collect for the British Legion by selling poppies, wristbands and  friendships bracelets in order to raise funds for solidiers past and present. The Children of Clover Hill have...

Visit to see the Mayor

Our school council spent a very important afternoon at the Civic Centre visiting the Mayor in his special chambers. They had a fabulous time and have found out so much about his role, being the First Citizen of the Borough. It is considered the highest honour to...

Whickham Remembrance Day Parade

Clover Hill were proud to take part in our village Remembrance Day parade. The school councillors accompanied by Mrs Easton, Mrs Holden and Mrs Parkin (our Chair of Governors) marched along Whickham Front Street and listened to touching messages written by local...

Poppy seed planting

On Wednesday, our year 5 Pupil Voice councillors Gemma and Thomas, went with Mrs Jepson to Swallwell Bank to plant poppy seeds to commemorate World War 1. Here's what they got up to: We met up with Schools from the area to plant poppy seeds to remember the soldiers...

New Roman Bench in Sunniside Park

Clover Hill pupils were thrilled to be asked to design a special bench for Sunniside Park. Working in the classroom and also visiting a forge in County Durham, we  worked with the artist sculptor: Graeme Hopper and Noel Adamson from the Sunniside History Society. The...

New School Council Spring 2012

New School Councillors have been elected for the Spring Term 2012 I am really pleased to inform you that after a very detailed election process the children have chosen the following councillors to represent their class. School Council meetings take place every Monday...

Remembrance Day Parade

A HUGE thank you to all our children and parents who braved the wind to help us commemorate Remembrance Sunday by taking part in our village parade. We were joined by the cubs, scouts, brownies, rainbows, guides, air force and police cadets, Northumbria Police, the...

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