Our School Council is made up of 8 representatives from Year 2 and 4 from Year 1. (Please see the display board in the entrance hall where you can read our members biographies.) We carry out surveys and discuss issues that may be related to new initiatives or curriculum changes to try and evaluate the impact of these changes on our school. We then pass any suggestions and ideas that the children in our school have, regarding these issues, to Miss Lawrence.
Building on the success of our council involvement in naming the Snug, the school council is currently collecting conceptual drawings from Years 1 and 2 of wooden display sculptures representing our new library and inclusion unit that will be considered for production and display over the coming months. Each
During Spring 1, the school council organised voting for all children across years 1 and 2 and it was decided that the ‘Snug’ and ‘Little Bookworms’ would be the chosen names for the new inclusion unit and library respectively. Following on from this success, the councillors were again called upon to help design wooden sculptures to showcase the new names for display. Using the fundamental British values of democracy and individual liberty, the councillors invited all children from their classes across years 1 and 2 to draw their designs and submit them to the school council for consideration. The children responded generously and plenty of interesting designs were collected across KS1. These designs will be held until a carpenter is available to put some of our ideas into permanency!
During Spring 1, we also found the time
As our health and safety week approaches, we have called upon our school council yet again to help us better understand how our children view health and safety around
Once all class lists are compiled, a vote will be carried out to rank each health and safety factor with regards to its importance, so the school council can prioritise which issues to bring forward to school management for the greatest impact on health and safety around