The School Council is made up of 2 children from each year group from Y2 upwards. These children act as representatives for their Year Group and help to make pupils’ voices heard.
They meet every Thursday afternoon at 1.30pm to discuss issues that concern pupils in their everyday lives in school. They also talk about various fund raising activities that they can take part in and ways that they can help the local community. They discuss improvements that can be made to the school environment and how best to use funds raised.
These meetings help the children to become confident about putting forward ideas, making decisions and speaking to a meeting. With this new found confidence, they have also been able to make presentations about their work to their classes. They are chosen to escort guests into and around the school and also represent the school in various off site visits.
Please click on the gallery below to view our school council events.
“We make the school a safer, better and happier place.”
Oshea – Year 3
“We help children in the school to share their views to ensure they are happy in school”
Ava – Year 3
“We help people in school to feel more confident”
Faith – Year 4
“We support Important Charities in and around our school community”
Aiden – Year 4
“I support children if they are hurt, sad or lonely on the playground”
AJ – Year 5
“We visited the National Memorial Arboretum and laid a wreath of poppies”
Summer – Year 5
“We have spent the morning litter picking to improve the area we live in.”
Teraina – Year 6
“We do lot’s of Fairtrade work and other work linked to the church, we sometimes work along our Worship Group Children”
Jaheem – Year 6