School Council

 

Welcome to our 'School Council' page.  We have children from both classes who listen to the opinions of others in school.  

 

 This years School Council have been selected and we are pleased to announce who this years representatives are.  This year the school council will be responsible for promoting our Christian Values and looking for ways in which to develop our school curriculum. 

 

The school council have so far:

Organised Children in Need Friday 16th November- Come dressed in Pyjamas £1 donation and bun sale 50p 

Harvest - Introduction of Harvest Festival in church and organisation of tea, coffee and biscuit sale.  They have chosen Save the Children as their charity. 

 

My name is Ariella.  I wanted to be a school councillor because I enjoy helping others.  Listening is a key skill I have.  I am caring and I will speak up for the children in school.  I have my own ideas and don't copy others.  These qualities will help me be an excellent school councillor.  Hello my name is Kai and I am new school council member.  I used to be school council at my old school.  I have loads of ideas and would like to share some of my ideas with the school. I am friendly, helpful and easy to talk to.  Hi my name is Tiggy. I was really happy to be chosen for the school council. I promise to listen to your ideas.  I am kind and friendly and won't be bossy

 

Hello my name is Lotti and I talk a lot.  I want to be on school council as I am nice, kind and always happy.  I love helping children.  I would like to do some fundraising and I will listen to people. 

 I wanted to be a school councillor because I am a good listener and because I have lots of ideas for the school.  I like being a school councillor because I am helpful and kind.  I like to listen to ideas.

 

Take a look at some of the work our past councillors have organised.

Community Hub

Some of our School Council members joined other boys and girls from across the Pyramid at the launch of the Community Hub.  The children had a wonderful time at Badgen Hall in Denby Dale.  

 

Red Nose Day

Well done to the School Council for assisting in the cake sale for Red Nose Day.  We were rushed off our feet with the marvelous turn-out by parents and children.  

 

We have been busy raising money already this year.  At the Harvest Festival the School Council helped to run a cake stall.  The money raised was donated to 'FarmAfrica'.