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Why do we have a School's Council?

 

The School’s Council is an ideal opportunity for pupils to get more involved in the way the school is run. The School Council benefits the whole school, pupil and teachers, because it provides opportunities for pupils to communicate their feelings as well as influence decisions that are made. Councillors develop skills such as confidence, communication and negotiation. It is the responsibility of each Councillor to ensure that they express both their own views of all the other pupils they represent.

 

Who are the members of our School Council?

Year 6: Jay Knowlson (Chair Person)


Year 6: Josh West (Vice Chair Person)

 

Year 5:  Calum Dunn (Secretary)

 

Year 5: Dexter Perrett (Social Media Manager)

 

Year 4: Lila Hazell (Notice Board Monitor)

 

Year 4:  Lauren Burley (Treasurer)

 

Year 3: Lucie Phillips (Social Media Manager)

 

Year 3: Dhanush Yogeswaran (Board Monitor)

Selection Process 

 

At the beginning of each school year each class will discuss the role of the School Councillor and will agree on a set of criteria that the ideal candidate should try and meet, eg: confident to talk in front of others. Any children who are interested in taking on this role then have the opportunity to prepare and present a short pitch to their class explaining why they would make a good Class Council representative. The rest of the class then vote for the person they feel is most suitable for the role. We ask the children to be considerate of each other; if they have had the opportunity to take on this role before then they allow others to also have the opportunity.

School Council 2017-18 Meeting Number 1

School Council 2017-18 Meeting Number 1 1

School Council Members 2016-17

School Council Members 2016-17 1

Term 1

 

Objective Outcome Status
To set up a termly Class Council Meeting slot. Members of the School Council met with their class teacher to discuss a regular slot for Class Council meetings.  
To organise and promote Remembrance Day

The School Council:

  • wrote the Royal British Legion to invite members to attend our Remembrance Day Service
  • participated in the Remembrance Day Service
  • sold Remembrance Day poppies to children across the school
helped to serve tea, coffee and cakes to people who attended the service
 
To organise the Wear ‘Blue’ to take a stand against bullying day.

The School Council:

  • supported the planning and delivery of the Wear ‘Blue’ to take a stand against bullying day including the assembly.
 
     
To organise the school Children in Need day

The School Council:

  • supported the planning and delivery of the Children in Need Day
 

Term 3

 

Objective Outcome Status
To organise the Safer Internet Day Competition (KS1& KS2).

The School Council:

  • supported the planning and delivery of Safer Internet Day
  • organised and promoted the Safer Internet activities for both pupils and teachers
  • organised and promoted the Safer Internet Day competition in both KS1 & KS2
Judged the competition winners and organised certificates for the participants.
Achieved
To discuss with their class how to keep the Anti-bullying Week and Anti-bullying Guardian visible across the school. The School Council created a presentation to show to their class which outlined how the Anti-Bullying Guardian role can be promoted across the school. Ideas were written down and compiled by the School Council  ready to be voted on in T4. Achieved
To support the appointment of new members of staff to the school community. The School Council supported the appointment of our new secretary through supporting Mr Jeffery and the interview process by acting as tour guides for the day. The School Council also asked the candidates questions whilst on the tour which were fed back to the interview panel. Achieved

Emoji Competition - Safer Internet Day

Road Safety Competition

Term 4

 

Objective Outcome Status

To organise and promote Red Nose Day

Friday 24th March
The School Council organised the Red Nose Day events and raised  Achieved

To enter the ‘Little Idea Big Difference’ competition for the Houses of Parliament competition.

Deadline 19th May
  Not Achieved 

To organise a Carbon Monoxide awareness competition for the school and enter entries into a national competition.

Deadline Friday 5th May
The School Council delivered an assembly about Carbon Monoxide awareness and contacted the local fire brigade about coming into the school. The School Council organised the Carbon Monoxide awareness competition. Achieved
To create a School Council Page on the School website page. The School Council worked with Mr Unsworth to create a School Council website page. Achieved
     

 

Red Nose Day

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