School Council

Whenever possible, we allow our children to participate in discussions and be involved in the school’s decision-making processes, in order to give them the opportunity to make real choices and understand consequences.  Their views are listened to and acted upon where appropriate.  Our School Council was set up in 2008 and has achieved much in it’s first few years for our school, and our local and wider community.

There are two School Council representatives for each class.  They are elected by children in the class to go to School Council meetings and take part in discussions.  They let the class know what was discussed at meetings. They also take the views of classmates to the School Council. They are then involved in projects that the School Council runs.

Read about our School Council achievements on our blog or select highlights from each year below:


School Council, 2012-2013

Here are the 2012-2013 School Council class representatives who will strive to be the voice of the children and help improve our school to be the best it can be.

School Council presents donations to Provo Children’s Home

School Council Toy and Book Sale

School Council Bonfire Night

School Council Elections 2012-13

Achievement of our 2011-2012 School Council:

2011-12 School Council’s First Week in Office

Planning for our New School Signs

Putting up our New School Signs

Organising Fair Play on our Playground – Our New Basketball Hoop

Visit to our Recycling Plant

Our School Council’s Recycling Mission


News on Our Previous Achievements and Initiatives

Starting our School Council

Our School Council Elections

The School Council has done much to improve the school environment, with suggested improvements to our play areas and classrooms, clean-ups and energy saving projects.  Each month we have a Dress Down Day and the School Council  researches and chooses local and worldwide charities that the donations from these will support.

School Council Inspires New School Pitch

Helping Children go to School in Haiti