Our School Council represents the views of all our pupils. It gives children the opportunity to make their voices heard and feel part of the whole school community.
This year we're back to normal...yeahhh! We're having meetings regularly on Thursdays after school to plan and discuss ideas and activities.
In September 2021, we recruited 10 new members. Three children from Year 6, three children from Year 5 , 2 children from Year 4 and 2 children from Year 3. Year 6 are responsible for updating Year 1 and Year 5 are responsible for keeping Year 2 updated on Council news. Mrs Regan co-ordinates the Council and different members share the responsibility of writing up the minutes of our meetings.
We aim to:
This year, we are supporting a different charity every half-term linked to a colour of the rainbow:
Harvest – orange (October)
Children in need – yellow (November)
Cancer Research – lilac (February)
Comic Relief - Red (March)
Manchester Children’s hospital - (Spring term)
Ladybrook – indigo (Cake sale) (Summer term)
Mental Health UK – blue (Summer term)
Lily: School Council is fun and you discuss important matters. You get to write emails to parents.
Jacob: We love helping and hearing our class's ideas and bringing them to School Council to discuss.
James: I make posters to promote events that we have organised and stick them up around school.
Jess: In School Council, we make posters and talk about important things going on in the world and how we can help others.
Anna: We help in school and others outside of school for examples we've designed posters to help raise funds for Comic Relief and for Cancer Research.
Harrison: I like talking to our class and finding out about new ideas and fund-raising possibilities.
Jasmine: I'm really enjoying the new eco project that we're doing because I really like making an effort to help our planet.
Cora: I enjoy working in a team and we support a different charity every half term.
Clelia: School Council is good because it gives children a voice.