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We value the opinions of our pupils and the School Council gives pupils a forum to share these opinions with each other in an effort to better the School and its community

A new school council is elected each year, with every class from Y1 to Y6 nominating representatives. These meet at least monthly, often weekly with Miss Gunnel and Mrs Kinderman.

 

Our Representatives

Foundation

Angel of the North - Nevaeh and Kai 

Little Mermaid - Freya and Raemel 

Year 1

Mount Everest - Jack and Bella 

Grand Canyon - Charlie and Darcy 

Year 2

Taj Mahal - Emma and Oliver 

Buckingham Palace - Tamara  andAlfie 

Year 3

Eiffel Tower - Anna and Brodie 

Kilimanjaro - Jonas and Isla 

Year 4

Stonehenge - Jessie and Riley 

Times Square - Lacie and Izaak 

Year 5

Winter Palace - Elliot and Jessica 

Big Ben - Sarah and Daisy 

Year 6

Giants Causeway - Jake and Imogen 

Sydney Opera House - Benji and Grace 

Our Fruit Rota

Day

Name

Monday Imogen Sarah Lacie
Tuesday Jake Daisy Izaak
Wednesday Grace Elliot Jessie
Thursday Benji Jessica Riley
Friday Imogen Grace
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  Have a snack bar available at break times which sells healthy fruit and yummy snacks for 20p each!

Discuss ideas that will help further the school as well as spreading awareness of issues around the school

Give assemblies to the school informing them of how we help out!

  

What have we brought?

  

So far the school council has brought some White boards and Chalk boards as well as writing utensils so that children can draw and play games outside and in the Gazebo.

  

Our Trip to Parliament

Parliament

On Thursday 1st December the Year 5 and 6 School councillors and the Head boy and Girl, along with Mr Davies, Miss Gunnel and Mrs Kinderman went to the Houses of Parliament. We were accompanied by pupils from Shardlow Primary School and Sawley Junior School.

When we arrived we had a walk around the outskirts of Westminster and Westminster Bridge where we met Father Christmas who asked us what our school Christmas wish would be. We asked for better reading resources within school.

After this we went to watch debates within the House of Lords and the House of Commons, it was super exciting and Miss Gunnel tried to hide so she could stay to watch the Prime Minister’s Questions (in a weeks’ time)

After the debate we had a final tour around the grounds of Westminster and then headed home on the coach. We stopped at a Service Area on the way back and the children enjoyed a McDonalds, which some claimed was the best bit of the day!

It was a fantastic day and we look forward to visiting again soon.

  
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Our next meeting is Wednesday 20th September