One Community-Many Cultures-Achieving Together
To help ensure our school is a safe and happy place for all children
To provide a place for children to voice their ideas, opinions and concerns
To encourage all children to be involved in decisions affecting our school
To make sure any suggestions or concerns are listened to and acted upon
The School Council is made up of representatives from each class from Years 1-6. Every year, two new children are elected by their peers to represent their class. The classes hold elections, with children sharing their testimonials before the class and then elect two pupils to represent them. A Chair and Vice Chair, who are the year 6 class representatives, lead the School Council. Class representatives take turns to record the minutes for each meeting. Mrs Gibbins is the teacher representative who helps to facilitate the meetings.
The School Council meets every three weeks to discuss school matters. The purpose of the council is to give all children a voice and help to improve our school. They discuss a range of issues such as the Behaviour Policy, providing ideas for a school reward scheme, organising fundraising events for their chosen charity and representing pupil views on a range of issues. Many of the issues raised come from the School Council suggestion box. The School Council has participated in key projects including the recruitment of our new Head and Deputy Head teachers and the building of the school library.
Meet your School Council Representatives.
Ana and Cameron Year 6 - Chairperson and Vice Chairperson
Year 5 Carly and Qwesi
Year 4 Yash and Summer
Year 3 Amelia and Ricardo
Year 1 Nancy and Dhruv
Our first meeting of the year was very busy. The children are excited to have been elected and have many ideas about which charity we could support this year and how we can raise money. This will be decided shortly after our next meeting.
The School Council have been approached by the Senior Management Team in school to investigate opinions on our current uniform, after results from a previous survey concluded that pupils did not feel smart in their school wear.
The School Council have launched the new school uniform which is available to buy from the main school office.