School Council

Welcome to our School Council page!

Please check back regularly to find out what's been happening and to read the minutes.

THANK YOU
Wateraid have written to thank the children here at Comberton Primary for raising over £60.
 
Our help is greatly appreciated as it goes to help families around the world that do not have clean water to drink, cook with or wash with. 
Many children and their families become very ill from drinking dirty water. Thanks to all of our generous families here at Comberton Primary School we will have helped provide 6 villages with their own well, bring water from deep down up to the surface!



 
 

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Letter from Wateraid

Letter from Wateraid (93KB)

Certificate

Certificate (117KB)

This is how Year 5 describe Wateraid

This is how Year 5 describe Wateraid (209KB)

Wateraid speaker

Wateraid speaker (176KB)

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Wateraid

We had a visiting speaker from WaterAid today. We found out that Wateraid transforms lives by improving access to safe water, hygiene and sanitation i...

The School Council Committee!

The school council committee 2013-2014 Year 1: Toby, Edward and Abigail Year 2: Mesha, Ryan and Lexie ...

Minutes

Please find the minutes of the meetings here.

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JPG.gif: Water topic in Year 5

Water topic in Year 5

Year 5 have a whole topic on water. This year they have used our Wateraid charity as a main focus for the work.
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The Adventures of Super Toilet

The Adventures of Super Toilet is an online animation which helps children understand the importance of toilets, clean water and good hygiene in preventing the spread of deadly diseases. Super Toilet, Driplette and Soapy Hero form the Super Hygiene Team who are called upon to fight the villain, Vinny the Poo.

What is Wateraid

WaterAid transforms lives by improving access to safe water, hygiene and sanitation in the world's poorest communities. We work with partners and influence decision-makers to maximise our impact. Find out more in this short introduction.

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