School Council

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Our School Council is a valued and essential part of our school. Classes from Nursery to Year 6 hold a class council which feeds into the whole school meeting, so all children have a representative voice in our school.

One representative from each class is elected by their peers at the start of the year and they attend weekly meetings. Older pupils also hold additional roles within the council such as chair, secretary and treasurer.

These meetings follow an agreed agenda, which is set by the Chair and Secretary. Mrs Whiteley helps to supervise these meetings.

The School Council will look at ways in which to spend any budget that they have and also ways in which to further improve the school. In the past they have made decisions upon playground spending, charities to support, how to fundraise for school improvements, organising take over day and planning whole school celebrations. They also always play a key role on the recruitment of new staff to the school taking an active role in the interview process.

Have you got any items that you would like the School Council to discuss?

Have you got any ideas which you think the School Council would benefit from?

If so, please add your comments on the school council blog or drop a note to your Class Council Representatives who are:

School Council Representatives:

Year 1: Lucy and Declan

Year 2: Aayah, Gerardas and Joshua

Year 3: Eloise and Liam

Year 4: Brooke, Isaac, Alexia and Yjesh

Year 5: Kacey, Stefan, Stella and Toby

Year 6: Toni, Devid, Isobel and Abdul

EYFS Reps: Toni, Brooke, Alexia and Yjesh

Parent/Governor Reps: Kacey and Isaac

Responsible for talking to children in Nursery and Reception so that they are aware of what is being discussed and that they are also given the opportunity to have a ‘voice’.

Parent/School Governor Reps: Kacey and Isaac

Responsible for putting updates in the school newsletter and producing bi-annual reports for the School Governors

School Council Link Governor is John Sherbourne.