" We will listen and make decisions on behalf of our friends" (School council) 2022
What is a School Council?
Children’s School Council is a group of children who meet every other week to discuss issues or ideas within the school. There is one Children’s School representative from each class in Key Stage 2. These are elected in September in each class by their peers.
Aims and objectives of our School Council
- To develop and promote children’s self-confidence, social skills and their responsible behaviour towards each other and towards their teachers and adult members of staff.
- To provide opportunity for pupils to become partners in their own education and to make a positive contribution to the school environment and ethos.
- To develop the pupil’s knowledge, skills and understanding of how to contribute to society as a whole and what it means to be an active citizen.
- To develop pupils recognition of themselves as worthwhile individuals with a right to be heard.
- To allow children to have a ‘voice’ and to share their opinions and ideas with others.
- To allow children to become more responsible and actively involved in the decision – making process of the school.
- To develop important life skills that promotes positive mental health and social welfare, emotional literacy critical and moral reasoning, self-esteem, self-awareness, communication skills, relationship skills and assertiveness.
Our School Council Promise
As School Council representatives we will:
- Listen to our Classmates and record their ideas and opinions.
- Represent the views of our classes at meetings.
- Wear our School Council badges with pride
- Act as a role model in school.
- Complete School Council jobs and tasks to the best of our ability.
- Take our responsibility seriously.
- Always attend meetings
Our School Council Representatives
During anti-bullying week the School Council ran and poster competition. They chose the winners between them. Well done to our winners! :)