School Councillors 2020-2021

School Council Challenged by Standard Chartered Bank

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IJS&CE were tasked by Standard Chartered Bank’s manager Simon Fenton to produce a piece of art work that represented the diversity of the staff working in SCB Stanley Branch.

School Council took on the challenge and organised a competition within school for  art entries to represent The Falklands, Chile, St Helena, South Africa, England, Jersey, Philippines, Wales and India. School Council 2019-20 comprising of Sam, Finlay, Ruby, Jada, Sophie, Angelo, Renata, Ali-Ray, Imogen and Catalina then used designs and made a fabric artwork to represent the Bank’s diversity.

The work has been appliqued by many children within IJS&CE, including Olive who had two of her designs, England and India, depicted in the final art piece. Other special mentions should go to Zihanna-Raye who produced the St Helena design, Sam who worked stoically on the South African design, Jessica who produced the Chilean flag design, Oscar and Finlay , Dion and Esme who all  provided elements that combined to make the Falkland Islands design and Evie who produced the Welsh dragon design.

School Council revealed the artwork to Mr Fenton and Bank staff Gina Tyrrell and Cheryl Bonner in Friday’s assembly. They were delighted with the finished result and will be proudly displaying the work in the bank for all to see. 

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                         

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2019-2020 School Councillors

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Remembrance Day

House Captains Fight Back!

Big Thank You!

A message from Charity worker- Mari Davis:

I thought you would be excited to see the little children in their new shoes all bought by the money raised from your Odd Shoes day at school.

So we bought 28 pairs of shoes for 28 children. These are not all the children. Looks like about 21 of them.

THANK YOU, THANK YOU so very much and really do appreciate your work, the teachers and that of your children and parents too.

Mari