School Council Voice
Welcome to the School Council page
The school councillors have decided they would like to run a club every Thursday lunchtime so it allows the children that don't like playtimes to come in and to socialise with other children.
Thursday 3rd March - construction club
Thursday 10th March - singing club
Thursday 17th March - storytelling club
The school councillors have also made a suggestions box in the corridor near Year 3 and 4. If you have any ideas or suggestions to try and change the school in a sensible way then please let us know and post it in the suggestions box.
We have discussed a variety of new golden time activities and this will be shared with teachers for the summer term.
-Timeline looking over the playground
-Children help to make the timeline
-School council box/worry box - ask children in classes whether they would like to continue these
-Discuss anti-bullying and what they would like to organise for that week
-Discuss observing classrooms/children/general environments at school
-Children participated making the timeline looking over the playground
-Children would like a anti-bullying poem competition and school councillors to judge the poems
-Homework for this week; to design their own anti-bullying poster to display around the school
-Next meeting is next Monday
I like being a school councillor because we make things better for the school.
Molly (Year 6)
I like being a school councillor because it makes the school feel better.
Holly (Year 3)
I like being part of the school council because we share ideas and tell everyone what is happening.
Emily (Year 5)
I like being part of the school council because you get to help/change things about the school.
Maisy (Year 4)
-Discussed the roles of everyone
-Discussed general rules of the school council
-Discussed the importance of being a school councillor
-Anybody have any concerns
-Need to ask children in their classes
-What would you like to change about the school?
-What do you like?