1. How we chose our School Councillors
A School Council is a group of pupils who are elected to represent the views of all pupils and to improve their school. Each academic year, each class, from Year 1 to Year 6, will elect 1 person to sit on this council. Nominations will be given to the class teacher and the nominees then put forward a mini campaign to say why they think they would be suitable for the position. We hold an election process within school where children vote for their class’s School Councillor in a ballot style election.
Once elected, the children can become involved in some of the decision making that takes place in the school.
2. What our School Councillors have been working on this year
Members of the School Council will be responsible for carrying out ideas, such as participating in charity events, meeting with Governors and putting forward views of other children in the school. So far this year we have collected food for our local food banks, raised money for Children in Need and carried out research into our school lunch menu.
We also meet with School Council representatives across the LAP schools on a regular basis, to enable us to interact, share ideas and work on group projects.
We will continue play a key role in any school events, have regular meetings and maintain good communication between ourselves and our classes. Watch this space!
|Pankhurst||Abdur Rahman Pandor|
|Holmes||Abdur Rehman Shah|