Meet our School Council
To become a member of our School Council, you need to think carefully about how you could support school and be committed to the role. We were required to present our own speeches, explaining to our classes why we would be able to represent them best and what we could do to share their voice. We were then elected from a class vote.
Our School Council is like a family. Our members have different roles and responsibilities, such as the Chair, Vice Chair, Secretary and Vice Secretary but we are all responsible and work together as a team to organise different charity events for the school throughout the year. We create and present whole school assemblies on a number of different topics to raise awareness too. This has included Diversity week, including Anti-Bullying week and Children in Need.
School Council work together to help others in school. We are the voice of the children in our classes and we discuss their ideas and problems to make our school the best it can be!
This year, we have been in charge of creating our Play Charter to show how we should show respect to others at playtimes and we have even had the opportunity to meet our local MP, Kate Kniveton and ask her questions about her important role. See below for our most recent presentations and assemblies!
Updated November 2023