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.
We have meetings regularly on Thursdays after school to plan and discuss ideas and activities.
In September 2022,10 new members were recruited. 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:
In 2021 -2022 School Council organised a 'Rainbow of Care' to support different charities 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 - green (Spring term)
Ladybrook – indigo (Cake sale) (Summer term)
Mental Health UK – blue (Summer term)
We are focusing on the environment and how school can lessen its carbon footprint. We are still supporting different charities such as Stockport Food bank and Children in Need. We continue to ask children in our classes for their ideas and suggestions.
Nahum: "I want to make change."
Cameron: "I enjoy School Council and the matters we talk about."
Evie: "It's good to help Foodbanks because they provide food for people going through rough times."
Luca: "I want to help others out."
Xanthe: "I like getting other people's voices heard."
Chloe: "I want other people to have a say in what we discuss."
Alissa: "I want to make the school an even better place to all of the children."
Lily: "I like being a role model."
Josh: "I like School Council and that we help people and raise funds for charity."
Matthew: "In School Council we discuss important decisions such as how to less our carbon footprint."
This year, we collected donations for Stockport Food bank. The Reverend Calum Piper from St Michael and all Angels Church in Bramhall came and talked to school about how we are all connected and how it is important to look after each other and our planet.
At our Harvest celebration, School Council members gave a presentation to children and parents about Stockport Food bank.