A huge welcome to our new School Council. So far, we have met with the catering team to discuss changes to our lunch menu. If you have anything you would like to share or any suggestions on how to make our school a better place, please speak to your council representatives. Date for the diary - Monday 10th October - Hello Yellow Day - Please donate £1 in exchange for wearing yellow/bright mufti. We are raising money for Young Minds Charity.
Meet our School Council Captains...
What is it?
School Council gives children the opportunity to share their ideas about our school and how they think the environment can become a better place. They also discuss any ideas they have for fund raising, fancy dress and ways to support the community. Miss Russell (council lead) arranges a number of meetings to take place throughout the year . Each school council member has a school council book to record all of their classes' ideas, times and dates of the next meeting and also any points they would like to raise in the next meeting.
In school council we all wear badges; which are yellow and bright. These help children to recognise who we are.
Who is involved?
Each class has 2 school councillors; these then represent all of the classes in the school. Our council captains are shown above.
Plans for the Future
- To help make further fundraising decisions
- To get involved with other campus school councils
- To liaise with areas in our community and to organise community action days
- To develop ideas for behaviour and respect for the environment in our school
- To continue to work with Four Greens Community Trust
What decisions do they make?
When we all come together in our meetings we talk about many different things such as: things that are happening around the world, events coming up, performances and our environment.
For example, Hello Yellow day was such a success last year, the children have decided to raise money for Young Minds charity again. Wear something yellow on Monday 10th October.
If your child has any ideas, please tell them to speak to their class School Council Rep or their class teacher.
Convention on the Rights of a Child - Article 12: 'Every child has the right to have a say in all matters affecting them, and to have their views taken seriously'
Together we can make a difference!
Minutes from meetings