School Council

The school Council play an active and important role in the life of the school. Through the council, pupils are able to contribute ideas and opinions to the decision making process of the school.
Mrs Taylor-Bashford & Miss Christopher attend every meeting.

What is the School Council?

An inclusive, structured, forum for discussion and decision-making
A means for children to raise issues and concerns
A means to consult all pupils

Why have a School Council?

To help children develop responsible attitudes
To improve behaviour
To give children hands-on experience of issues in the National Curriculum, including PHSE and Citizenship
To create a feeling of belonging, encourage listening to others and develop self-confidence
To improve pupil/teacher relationships

How does the School Council work?

The Class 6 members lead the meetings
Class representatives bring issues to the School Council
Items are discussed at the meetings and decisions made.

When do School Council meetings take place?

Usually every two weeks.

How can I raise an issue?

Tell your class representative- your point will be raised at the next meeting

How do I find out what happened?

Class representatives will feed back to their class as soon as possible.
Update this term:
During our meetings we have discussed ways to encourage and celebrate kindness in our school. The School Council have designed and implemented a system where children showing kindness are rewarded with a kindness token. All of the kindness tokens are collected into pots for each class and the class with the most tokens at the end of each week is rewarded with extra playtime!
We look forward to meeting again soon to hear your ideas to make our school even better!