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Welcome to the School Council

 The purpose of our School Council is to encourage children to get involved in issues that concern them in and around school.

Since our school is so big, listening to the views of everyone is easier said than done. However, with the School Council, many voices can be heard.

There is a School Councillor and a Deputy for every year group from Year 1 to Year 6.

We meet every Wednesday with Mrs Martin.

There are always lots of jobs to do and ideas/ issues or concerns that we need to go back and discuss with our classes.



Christmas Snow Globe Competition

This year the School Council organised something a bit different. We decided to ask children if they wanted to design a snow globe. 

It was one of our most popular competitions so far. We had so many entries. There were so many great ideas and they were all so different. Well done eveyone.

School Council is back! 2021

Welcome to the new 2021 team, all voted for by their classmates.

Our first job was to organise the Harvest Festival. 

Two of the Year 5 reps wrote a letter to parents.

What a response we received - our stage was full to brimming this morning.

We decided to send our donation to The Emmaus Trust, which is a charity that helps young homeless people.

We are looking forward to meeting again next week , to see what other jobs there are in store!


Welcome to the new school council of 2019

The new team have been voted in by their classmates and what a keen bunch they are!

I'm looking forward to working with them this year.

Our first meeting was an important one, as we had to discuss new treats for attendance rewards. The children will discuss this with their classes next week.

Mrs Martin

Ofsted rated GOOD! March 2019

We even got a mention in the Ofsted Report. Well done to all the school councillors!


"Pupils embrace opportunities to take on extra responsibilities. For example, the play buddies, peer mentors and school prefects provide positive, aspirational role models and carry out their duties with pride.

In discussion, pupils also praised the school council representatives, saying that they felt able to approach them in the case of any worries or concerns."