School Council

Every September the Key Stage 2 classes elect one member of the class to represent them on the School Council. These selected councillors will also represent one of the EY and KS1 classes.

Being a member of the School Council offers representatives an opportunity to develop social skills and confidence, as well as having the chance to act as ambassadors for the school during open evenings, parents' evenings and other school-wide events.

What do we do?

The School Council meets every two weeks in term time to discuss issues that are important to children in our school. School Council representatives gather pupil voices from their class and feed those thoughts through at School Council meetings. Each time we meet, we decide which of these to act upon. School Council reps are also responsible for feeding back information to their classes so that all pupils know that their voices are being heard.

This year, School Council have been responsible for the creation and introduction of the Calm Room, which offers children in KS2 a calm space to access at lunchtimes when they feel the need to have time out from the playground. School Councillors have organised for a member of the SLT to supervise the Calm Room every day and they also set it up and tidy away each day too.

Class Representatives

Class 1 - Tilly and William

Class 2 - Tilly and William

Class 3 - Evie and Mason

Class 4 - Evie and Mason

Class 5 - Ava and Billy

Class 6 - Ava and Billy

Class 7 - Freddie

Class 8 - Isla

Class 9 - Billy

Class 10 - Ava

Class 11 - Evie

Class 12 - Mason

Class 13 - William

Class 14 - Tilly