The School council is made up of two children from each year group in Key Stage One and Key Stage Two. They are elected at the beginning of each school year after presenting an election speech to the rest of their class. This year, we have linked with the Rotary Club to form RotaKids - a fun and exciting way for children to make friends and get involved with important activities in the community. It brings and exciting and practical approach to supporting the citizenship element to the national curriculum - allowing children to enjoy and boost their confidence and self-esteem, and develop and understanding of how their actions can impact on others.
The Council meet once a week to discuss the cares and concerns from the children across the school. These include many aspects of school life, including school rules, how to improve our school environment and pupil activities.
All the representatives report back to their class after the meetings to let everyone know about any decisions that have been made.
Pupils relish the opportunities to take on the many roles and responsibilities that are available to them. The house captains, well-being champions and playleaders take their roles seriously. They are given training to fulfil their roles to the best of their abilities. (Ofsted, November 2021).
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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