Vision in Action
30 MILES IN 30 DAYS
To ensure our school vision is ‘alive’ in our school
To allow the children at Siddington C of E Primary School have a voice
To help the school and community be a better place
To help to improve learning in the school
To raise funds for local, national and international charities and the school
Members:Vision in Action group will be made up of representatives from years R – 6.
Each class will elect one representative per year group who attends meetings and gives feedback.
Having been a member of Vision in Action group for one year, children will then be unable to represent their class for the following two years to allow opportunity to a wider range of people.
Any class member is entitled to run for Vision in Action group and the decision in each class will be made by a secret ballot.
Children wishing to be considered for Vision in Action group will need to present a speech (optional) to their class giving clear reasons and examples of why they are the most suitable candidate for the job.
The Vision in Action group Rules are as follows:
All Vision in Action group members must:
• be respectful and listen to others
• contribute or participate actively in meetings
• follow the school rules and be role models to other pupils
• model good behaviour at all times
• be polite and courteous to others
• not refer to specific individuals or groups during discussions
• use their position on Vision in Action group to support and develop their school and peers
What the Vision in Action group have achieved in 2019:
We have checked to make sure our care stop is working and we all look after each other.
We have raised money for the Wallace and Gromit appeal, Children in Need and Red Nose Day.
We have helped Mrs Dawson send hundreds of pairs of glasses to Sri Lanka - she took them there with her husband.
We have raised money for charities that affect our friends directly: Unique (chromosome disorder) and a Brian Tumour charity.