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School Council

We have a school council for children and staff to discuss important issues raised by children. The council members are 1 representative from each class in years 1 - 6 who change each term. We meet every Friday lunchtime. We are the voice of the children. 

Summer Term 2017

This term the School Council worked on the following topics:

Summer Fair

Churros, corn on the cob and pizzas were added to the food offering - everything was sold out!

Fun on scooters in the MUGA was introduced.

A new colouring competition was a big hit with the children.

Everybody of all ages enjoyed the new game - Hook a Duck.

Miss Langley (previous Headteacher) was invited to judge the Fancy Dress Competition.

Chickens

The children voted unanimously to keep the chickens and have more involvement in their care. As a result, many more children have visited the hens this term and teachers have planned lessons around them.

  • Summer Reading Challenge

School Council delivered and assembly to promote the Summer Reading Challenge dressed as animals!

 

You did an amazing job School Council!

 

 

 

Spring Term 2017

This term the School Council were involved in giving their views on the following topics:

  • School Dinners

Many favourites were kept on the new menu and new items were added.

  • Toilets

Mr Cowpe repaired some doors, locks, taps and flushes.

  • History

Favourite topics were identified. All the children loved using Google expeditions!

  • Feeling Safe in School

Two Governors attended this meeting to hear how the children felt. Y5 / Y6 buddies are now in the KS1 playground. The Snake Area and Not So Bare Bear Area are being used at playtimes by the younger children.

  • Anti-Bullying Policy

This led to a major piece of work involving discussion, poster making and design resulting in an anti-bullying campaign which is visible around school. Four of the posters are in the picture below.

 

Brilliant Job!

Picture 1

Autumn Term 2016

The School Council spent time discussing whether to have hand driers in our toilets.

Each School Council representative asked their class to list the advantages and disadvantages of having hand driers as opposed to paper towels.

We talked about what activities we want to do at playtimes and what games we would like to buy for indoor playtimes when it is too wet to go outside.

We wrote to the Friends of Alwoodley to ask if they would  buy us these games as a Christmas present and also to fund the purchase of some new, fun bins for our playgrounds - we found more litter in areas of the playground where there were no bins nearby. They said yes to both!  

 

WE MADE THIS HAPPEN!

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