Meet The School Council Team 2019-2020
We have lots of important jobs in and around school.
We have regular meetings where we discuss problems and help to make important decisions.
We help to look after our school, the environment and when we have new children we look after them and show them around our school.
Today the school council team met for the first time to discuss their new role and responsibilities.
We spoke about how they became a school councillor and that the children in their classes had voted for them. They then received their special school council badge and had pictures for our school council display.
Litter Picking - October 2019
The children had noticed lots of litter outside in our school environment so they worked together as a team to help to resolve our litter issue. They then worked in pairs to collect all the litter we could find and put it into the bins.
Throughout the year we will supporting Mrs Anthony and Mrs Holmes to raise money for different events within school such as Sport Relief, Children in Need and our school fairs. This term we are focusing on our Christmas fair.
Christmas Fair - November 2019
The school council have been working in pairs to create posters to advertise our Christmas Fair. When the posters were complete we photocopied them and put them all round school.
Christmas Fair - November 2019
To get ready for our Christmas fair Mrs Holmes and Mrs Anthony asked if we could paint 50 lollipops and put them into the stand so this activity is ready for the fair. We worked together to complete this task.
Sport Relief - February 2020
The term the school council team will be helping to support with Sport Relief.
They have already met with Mrs Anthony and Mrs Holmes to ask questions about the upcoming event. Everyone decided to make posters to advertise Sport Relief.
Safer Internet Day - March 2020
As part of our Safer Internet Day at school the children were given a challenge to take part ina competition. They were asked to log on to purple mash using their own log in and create themselves doing what they love.
The School Council had a very important job to decide the winner from each class.
School Council 2018-2019
This term school council will be part of organising Red Nose Day. As part of this they painted some giant red noses which will be used to collect any spare change in each classroom. The class with the most change will win a chocolate surprise which was decided by the school council.
This week the school council team have worked in partners to make posters to sell red noses.
The school council team stood up in the Red Nose Day assembly to tell everyone in school what we have been doing to help raise money and why.
They then collected all the red noses from each class so we can find out which class helped to raise the most change and find out who will receive a chocolate surprise.
Our final meeting this term was to discuss our overall project of Red Nose Day and find out what the total amount was raised for this charity.
We found out that our school had raised a massive £689.46 for the Comic Relief Appeal.
For all their hard work each school councilor received a sticker and 3 tickets.