Our School Council represents the views of all our pupils. It gives children the opportunity to make their voices heard and feel part of the whole school community.
They meet with Miss Newman and Mr Bruder every other Monday lunchtime at 12:30 in the library.
At the moment we are looking at the school curriculum and collecting ideas from the pupils about what they would like to learn in the different subject areas.
School Council 2015-2016
The school Council met with our local County Councillor, Keith Whitham.
As part of our on going work on the British Values, we wanted to talk to him about Democracy and what his role as a councillor involves.
Each key Stage 2 school council member got to ask a question. We found out about what being a councillor involves, how you can become a councillor and why Mr Whitham wanted to become a councillor.
We then took him on a tour of the school to show him some of the things we would like to improve in the school.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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