The School Council
The School Council is a group of children, with two representatives from each class (three in year six), who meet every fortnight to discuss matters which are important to our pupils.
Each class are encouraged to share and discuss any key school issues with their class representatives, who record these comments. The reps bring these notes to meetings and we talk about ways in which we can improve the school. Representatives feed back to their classes by reading the minutes from the meeting or by asking the class's opinion on matters discussed in meetings. When decisions need to be made, children are asked to vote for their preferred choice. Our School Council therefore acts like a democracy, similar to the society we live in.
Occasionally, the School Council raises money for charity. Already this year, the School Council have organised a successful pyjama day and cake sale, raising money for Children in Need and the school.
This Year So Far
The School Council helped to raise money for Children in Need and the school
We are currently discussing ways in which we can help all children have somebody to play with at break time and lunch time
We are also planning upcoming events for the school so watch this space!