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School Councillors

We believe School Councillors play a vital part in ongoing school improvement and within our community. They represent the views of all pupils and make decisions on their behalf.

Decisions are made about the curriculum and learning, supporting good attitudes to learning, the school environment and community events. In addition councillors have identified a range of charities that the school supports during the year. Their three sub-committees reflect these areas of involvement.

Every September children in Years 4, 5 and 6 vote for two girls and two boys in their year groups. They visit the Houses of Parliament (in addition to a class trip) to further explore democracy and representation. The roles and responsibilities of school councillors (as agreed by councillors themselves) are:

  • Listen to others
  • Respect different views
  • Set an example using our Be the Best you can Be! values
  • Help to make the school even better
  • Represent the school well.

School Councillor News

1309, 2019

School Councillors first meeting

By |September 13th, 2019|Categories: School Council Blog, Year 6 2019-20|0 Comments

School Councillors elected this week were straight to work with their first meeting today with our headteacher, Ben Roberts. They created three sub-committees, with four councillors from different year groups in each, to enable quicker [...]

1009, 2019

Voting for School Councillors

By |September 10th, 2019|Categories: School Council Blog, Year 4 2019-20, Year 6 2019-20|0 Comments

What a lot of democracy! At the beginning of every academic year, pupils in Years 4, 5 and 6 elect new school councillors to represent their views. Following assemblies about democracy and the rule of [...]

509, 2019

Pupils Artwork Exhibited on Westbury Estate

By |September 5th, 2019|Categories: Art, School Council Blog|0 Comments

Following consultation with children, families and staff, our school councillors selected pieces of artwork created in school for exhibiting locally. We are delighted to be working in partnership with St James property developers who are [...]

1103, 2019

Even more plants in our playground!

By |March 11th, 2019|Categories: Outdoor Learning, School Council Blog|0 Comments

The School Council sub-committee responsible for the learning environment have been considering ways to further improve our 'exceptional environment' (Ofsted 2016). In response to the huge amount of sowing and planting, particularly of flowers this [...]