- Children in the School Council present a special assembly.
The new School Council has been elected for this academic year. The Council meets every few weeks to discuss issues and ideas raised by the children throughout the school.
The School Council Representatives (who are elected by their class mates) have a meeting with their class. The class make suggestions to the School Council about how to improve the school or what they would like to happen in the school.
The Class Representatives report their classes’ suggestions back to
the School Council, who discuss them. The Councillors then decide what
action to take. They might seek advice or ask a member of staff if the
idea can be implemented
Each Class has elected two School Council Members. They all have fantastic ideas about how we can make the School even better and can’t wait to get started.
"I want to make the school even better and make sure everyone is happy."
"I want to be a school councillor because it will be an adventure for me and so I can look after the school and improve it."
"I believe I will be a good school councillor because I am able to speak on behalf of other pupils and put what they think before my own ideas. I want to achieve our goals because if we do, the school will be a better place and I will learn more. I was unsure about being a school councillor, but now I feel EPIC."
"I would like to be on the school council so I can make a different to the School"
"I want to be on the School Council so I can make choices about the school and make it better. I can help people and set a good example."
"I want to be a school councillor so I can help people."