Our School Council meets every two weeks and has two representatives from each year group in classes 2, 3 and 4 who are elected by their peers. Members are elected twice a year following the British Value of democracy.
It encourages pupils to take an active part in developing our school and to have a voice. This important role gives children the opportunity to put forward ideas, work co-operatively and gain a greater sense of belonging to our local and global community. The School Council works on projects both within the school and also with a national, global and charity based focus.
The School Council is led by Mrs Gibbs.
"Children have the right to express their views freely on all matters affecting them and to have these views taken into account."
United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child
What our reps say:
“It means a lot to me to be a school councillor because we get to make important decisions about the school.”
“I’ve wanted to be on school council for ages because I think it is important for children to help decide how to make the school a better place.”
“I am proud of the fact that the school council have organised various events to build the feeling of community, add a little fun and raise money for people less fortunate than ourselves. These include: a talent contest and Red Nose Day where we all dressed in red.”
“I am proud of being a school councillor because we’ve helped to make playtimes more fun by choosing new play equipment like a trapeze.”
“The best thing about the school council meetings is that we get to share our ideas and then we can combine these ideas to make REALLY great ideas.”