Cockfield C of E Primary School

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Pupils Advocating For Their World

At Cockfield C of E Primary School we link our Christian Values of Compassion and Respect with the world we share and our pupil’s right to be courageous advocates! 

We strive to empower our children to be active participants in shaping their world. Through a curriculum grounded in compassion and critical thinking, our pupils not only learn about the issues facing our community and beyond, but also actively engage in addressing them. From advocating for environmental sustainability to championing collective community projects, our pupil’s voices hold true value within our school, local community, and the wider world. 

Join us as we nurture the courageous advocates of tomorrow, today.

Today our children and families worked together to raise awareness and funds for the NSPCC.

All of our children were invited to spend their school day dressed as their ‘favourite number’. You will notice, on the right, one which made us all giggle: The Human ‘Cow’ culator! 

During the day, children took time to reflect on how communities such as ours can have a positive impact on the lives of children across the UK. 

Lime class are learning about our environment and how to take care of the places we care about. They would like to start growing their own fruit and vegetables. But they also wanted to freshen up their gardening area. First they approached Ingilby and asked for donations of paint, before setting to work with their paint brushes rollers and smiles. Thank you to Ingilby for your kind donation.

As part of our school’s commitment to make a positive impact on our local area, Birch class visited the newest addition to Cockfield’s village greens: Jefferys Green. 

Year 5 and 6  worked with volunteers from our local community to invest in the future of our countryside. Armed with trowels and determination, the children successfully planted 1000 Snowdrops, which are sure to bring joy to visitors for years to come.