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School Council

 

Our School Council meets monthly throughout the year to make decisions on key issues.  Children from years 1-6 are represented on the council. Members of staff and parent representatives also attend the meetings.

 

This year, following statements from prospective candidates, the children voted on their chosen representative.  The votes were counted, verified by an independent adjudicator and then announced in assembly in front of the whole school.  Two children from each class were elected from a huge number of initial nominees.

 

The manners and respect for all candidates by each and every child was a joy to behold and all children have every right to be proud, whatever their role in the process.

 

Our school council members for 2018-19 are:  

 

Y1:  Harry and Emily.  

Y2:  Freddie and Poppy. 

Y3:  Zane & Leah. 

Y4:  Archie & Harmony. 

Y5:  Finley & Katie. 

Y6:  Kittie, Jack, Daniel & Bree. 

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Why Pupil Voice?

When the school council met our LAB members..."Possibly the toughest grilling ever from the school council today. Really good questions about why Governors exist within schools & what is our purpose" Its fab to know within my team we all have different skills & likes

When the school council met our LAB members..."Possibly the toughest grilling ever from the school council today.  Really good questions about why Governors exist within schools & what is our purpose" Its fab to know within my team we all have different skills & likes  1

Following their meeting with our LAB members, the Y5/6 councilors created a presentation to show to the whole school

Wow this tree in KS1 was amazing without leaves but now all the leaves are on to tell us why our children love coming to school #lovelearning #lovehardwork #lovephonics #loveteachers #loveourclassrooms #favouritethings

Wow this tree in KS1 was amazing without leaves but now all the leaves are on to tell us why our children love coming to school #lovelearning #lovehardwork #lovephonics #loveteachers #loveourclassrooms #favouritethings 1

A little girl in Reception class was so concerned about the safety of bouncy castles after the recent tragedy in the news, that she decided to take matters into her own hands & write a letter to our Prime Minister, Theresa May. Now that's an empowered child #empowerment #responsible

A little girl in Reception class was so concerned about the safety of bouncy castles after the recent tragedy in the news, that she decided to take matters into her own hands & write a letter to our Prime Minister, Theresa May.  Now that's an empowered child #empowerment #responsible 1
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