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School Council Information

Our elected School Council representatives represent the views of all our pupils. It gives children the opportunity to make their voices heard and feel part of the whole school community. We meet fortnightly to discuss our agenda.  We have the opportunity to feedback to our classes weekly and bring this back to our meetings too. We are responsible for organising the school discos and we also try and plan other fundraising events too, particularly for charities such as Children In Need, Comic Relief and much more. See below about what we've been up to!


We have representatives from Year 3 to Year 6. We are extremely proud of our school and enjoy representing the children to help improve our school.


Our Representatives


Congratulations to our new School Council representatives for getting elected by your classmates to represent them over 2023/2024! Take a look at our Presentation that we delivered to our whole school to introduce us to everybody (attached at the end of the page).



Child-friendly Safeguarding Booklet


The School Council chose the winning front cover for our new child friendly safeguarding leaflet.  Here is the winning entry:- 



Well done to everyone who participated and including our three school rules: be safe, be kind, be responsible.



You can see our child friendly safeguarding booklet here:

Diversity Projects


We've also been busy with our diversity projects! Our Diversity Champions attended lots of meeting with school council members from other schools and discussed the term 'diversity' and what this meant to us. Below, you can see a mind map of all of our thoughts and ideas surrounding diversity.


Our Diversity Champions have also been busy introducing the term diversity to our other school council members and feeding back information from their meetings with other schools. School Council decided to educate the other pupils in the school about it too and so asked everyone to create a poster about diversity. The winning entries will be announced shortly! 

You can view our Diversity mind map here:

Diversity Assembly | an Aardman and Save the Children UK short film

To mark the one-year anniversary of the war in Ukraine, Academy Award®-winning animation studio Aardman and international children's charity Save the Children are releasing Home, a short film to highlight the experience of refugee children around the world.

We've been busy educating the rest of the school on Diversity. Here is a clip that we discussed in one of our assemblies:

Diversity Poster Competition

Huge congratulations to our competition winners for our Diversity posters! Keep a look out for these on our School Council display board!

Whole school assembly 2023/2024

Working Together to Achieve Our Best

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