Two representatives from each year group (Y2-Y6) are democratically elected by their peers to form the School Council. They meet on alternate weeks to discuss current school issues. They act as a link between pupils and teachers, reporting from the Class Councils and feeding into the School Council meetings.
Through the School Council, a suggestion box or the ‘Quiet Bench’, pupils can voice concerns or share ideas. The School Council feels that it is their role to help people solve problems and disagreements, to encourage and help children to fundraise for charity and for school projects and generally to make the school a better place.
They are also ambassadors for the school and are given opportunities for responsibilities or to represent the school.
A wonderful end of term was swiftly followed by the children exhibiting their work at the Sandringham Flower Show, which was attended by HRH Prince Charles and the HRH Duchess of Cornwall. Everyone that attended was very interested in the work the children had done on conservation and especially the action that had taken too, for example the School Council’s visit to Hunstanton by bus, to do a litter pick on the beach.
The children have been competing in sporting events with great success. read the full report below from Miss Leftley, our talented sports coach ! Thank you Miss Leftley for all of your great coaching and well done children for such great achievements.
The School Council presented Collective Worship to let everyone know all about Alma.
Alma lives in Bangladesh and we sponsor her through World Vision. The money we donate helps her to have an education. World Vision also helps her community by providing livestock so they can feed themselves and ensures children get vaccinated.
To continue supporting her we ask they you bring a few pennies each week to our family collective worship on Fridays.