Our School Council has 12 members from Y3 to Y6, with each child being elected from their class through a vote.
The School Council meets with Miss Jones every Friday night to discuss what can be done to make the school a better place for everyone.
The children are a voice for their classmates and speak at the meetings about things their class are interested in. They will also tell their class about decisions we make in the meetings and sometimes carry out questionnaires so that everyone has a say in how our school is run.
Some of our projects for this year include:
- Being PEACE PALS in the playground.
- Raising awareness for Road Safety Week.
- Working towards the Rights Respecting School Award.
- Taking part in UK Parliament Week.
The school council held a 'Guess the number of sweets in the jar' and 'Guess the name of the orangutan' competition. They would like to thank everyone who took part and congratulate Hope in Y3 on winning the sweets and Jason in Y6 for winning the orangutang.
On the 17th of March we had our Rights Respecting Launch Day in school and we spoke in the KS1 and KS2 assemblies to let all of the children know what this means for our school. We are now designing a 'Rights Ranger' to represent Rights Respecting across our school.
Trafford Centre Trip
On Friday we went to the Trafford Centre to make our 'Rights Respecting Ranger' at Build a Bear! The children had a fantastic time choosing the type of bear, recording a voice message for the bear to say and selecting its clothing and shoes. The bear will be revealed in school in September!