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Our School Council represents the views of all our pupils. It gives children the opportunity to make their voices heard and feel part of the whole school community.

What do the school council do?

 

  • Listen to the views and concerns of other pupils.
  • Think of ideas that will help to improve aspects of the school and make decisions.
  • Think about how we can contribute locally and globally.
  • Fundraise for the school and local community.
  • Make sure the school is a happy and safe place.
  • Encourage all children to make suggestions and act upon them where appropriate.

 

What are the qualities of a school council representative?

 

  • Responsible.
  • Reliable.
  • Willing to give up their free time.
  • Confident.
  • Fair.

School Council Elections

 

The School Council representatives are voted for by their class. 

Each class from Year 2 – 6 has two representatives: one boy and one girl.

A Chair person and Vice Chair will also be voted for.

 

Meet Our School Council Representatives:

 

Year 2: Darcie-Mae Wiles and John Wigley

Year 3: Lillie-Mae Truffas and Freddie Roberts

Year 4: Jessica Dockrat and Aden Thacker

Year 5: Sophie Hughes and Jayden Barnett

Year 6: Corey Clayton and Zoe Southall

What makes the school council effective?

 

  • Attendance of all representatives at each meeting.
  • Good communication between representatives and the class.
  • Smaller groups within the school council working on particular projects, issues and events.
  • Regular class meetings-Children are able to voice their ideas and concerns each week to school council members.

TAKE A LOOK AT THE MINUTES FROM OUR SCHOOL COUNCIL MEETINGS FROM 2015

OUR SCHOOL COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES CARRIED OUT A ‘BEHAVIOUR AND SAFETY’ SURVEY – HERE ARE THE RESULTS …

Recent Events

 

Our interview with Wendy Morton (our local MP) will be coming soon to our page. We thoroughly enjoyed our meeting with her and were able to ask lots of questions!

 

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