Welcome to our School Council page.
Here you will find information about what your school council is doing for you.
Our School Council Representatives election took place in Autumn 2 November. We now have twenty one class representatives one from each class in Year one to Year 6.
Our Councillors know they need to be:
- friendly and approachable
- good at listening to everyone
- able to remember things
- honest and sensible
- a good role model
Meetings take place fortnightly and minutes are taken of each meeting.
Each councillor has been interviewed by the Chairperson(Mrs Imbrah) and their photograph and main aim for the school is displayed on the School Council display boards - one in keystage 1 and a board in keystage 2.
What have we achieved so far:
- Parent Staff Association using the Amazon Wish list for parents to select items to purchase for playtime. Items sent out December. Sets of playtime equipment packs now available - and replenished.
- Promotion of Children's Mental Health Week (February) - Speak Up competition. The first round entrants spoke in their class and a winner from each was selected for the final round. The finals were done in front of all the children in the Phases ( Year 1 and Year 2), Lower Keystage Year 3 and Year 4, then upper keystage years 5 and 6. An overall winner for each year group was then selected. The School Council was part of the judging panel.
- World Book Day promotion (March) as part of the English curriculum Promoting reading for pleasure through bedtime stories.
- Ukraine Appeal non uniform day nearly £600. School Council voted to give as a donation and not purchase items. This will mean each pound collected will be then matched by the government.
Future agenda items:
- Playground watch - focusing on lunchtime play strengths and areas for development
- Royal Platinum Jubilee arrangements
- gathering pupils suggestions - ongoing