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Our School Councils represent the views of all our pupils. They give children the opportunity to make their voices heard and feel part of the whole school community.

 

Our School Council meets regularly to talk about the things that are most important to children and together the children in the School Council decide which charity to support each year.

 

 

Our School Council Representatives 2017-2018

Our School Council Representatives 2017-2018 1 Beech Class - ******* and Sofia
Our School Council Representatives 2017-2018 2 Chestnut Class - Ellis and Ryley
Our School Council Representatives 2017-2018 3 Sycamore Class - Zack and Chloe
Our School Council Representatives 2017-2018 4 Birch Class- Max and Sophie
Our School Council Representatives 2017-2018 5 Elm Class - Owen and Harriet
Our School Council Representatives 2017-2018 6 Rowan Class - Toby and Imogen

NEWS

Our first meeting this year is on Thursday 12th October.  All the classes have voted for their representatives and they will be attending this meeting.  The most important thing on the agenda is to order the conkers that have been brought into school to find out whose is the biggest!!

Why did I choose to become a school councillor and what have I enjoyed so far?

 

Chloe – I chose to become a school councillor because I wanted to know what was going on in the school and like talking about the school.

Zack – I chose to become a school councillor because I like speaking out loud.

Ryley – I chose to become a school councillor I was chosen because I was voted by my class.

Toby – My favourite part of being a school councillor so far is choosing the school dinners.

Sofia – Being on the school council makes me feel happy and we get to have meetings by ourselves.

Mason - I chose to become a school councillor because I wanted to try and see what it was about.

Imogen – I chose to become a school councillor because I thought it was going to be fun.

Owen – I chose to become a school councillor I liked it because I thought it would exciting.

Ellis – I chose to become a school councillor because I thought it was going to be fun, I liked counting the conkers.

Harriet – I chose to become a school councillor because I thought it would be fun. I also liked choosing our favourite dinners.

Sophie – My favourite part of being a school councillor so far is the lunch that we had together was yummy.

Max – I chose to become a school councillor because I wanted to know what I could do and help with.

School Dinners

 

Louise from HC3S came in to discuss the food choices on our dinner menu with the school council. We all sat down together in the Waterside Room and enjoyed our dinner, talking about what we liked and didn’t like. Some of the children came up with ideas of what they would like to have on the menu.

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