School Council

 

  • To give the pupils the opportunity to be involved in improving school life for everyone.
  • To allow the children to become more responsible and actively involved in the decision making process of the school.
  • To develop and promote children’s self confidence, social skills and responsible behaviour towards each other and other people.
  • To provide opportunities to develop important life skills that promote positive mental health and an understanding of how to contribute effectively to society.
  • The School Council will be made up of pupil representatives from each class plus the Link Teacher.
  • To be elected pupils in lower school will complete an application form and upper school pupils will submit a letter of application. Short listed pupils will deliver a presentation to their class followed by a secret ballot.
  • Newly elected Councillors will have a 3 month trial period.
  • Meetings will be held 2 or 3 times each half term, depending on the length of the half term.

  • February
  • Tues 6 — Internet Safety Afternoon
  • Mon 12 — Writing morning for children
  • Thurs 15 — NSPCC workshops
  • Fri 16 — Break up for half term
  • Mon 26 — Children back to school
  • March
  • Thurs 1 — World Book Day
  • Fri 9 — INSET day
  • Tues 13 — Parents’ Evening - book fair in school
  • Wed 14 — Parent’s Evening - book fair in school
  • Fri 23 — Break up for Easter
  • April
  • Mon 9 — Children back to school
  • Fri 13 — Maths Day
  • Wed 18 —Theatre Company
  • May
  • Mon 7 — Bank holiday—school closed
  • Mon 14 — SATs week for Year 6s
  • Wed 23 — Police and CSI training day for children
  • Fri 25 — Break up for half term
  • June
  • Thurs 14 — class photographs
  • Thurs 21 — Sports Day
  • Mon 25 — INSET Day
  • July
  • 3rd - Transition Day
  • 11th - Summer Fair
  • 24th - Leavers Disco
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