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School Council

The school council is made up of 14 children. Two children from each year group, from years 1-6 and two children from our Small Learning Community. Council members are selected in September using a voting system and are supported by Mrs Kendall.

School council meetings take place on a Friday afternoon, the first Friday of each month. Each meeting has a different focus whereby school council members get to voice and share their opinions about issues around the school. The children representing school council are responsible for reporting feedback to their peers. They represent the student body. The school council will tackle important issues surrounding the local area as well as the wider world. 

Handale School’s council members

Year 2 – Cole Cowen and Sophia Hassan

“I’m happy about this, it’ll be fun!”

by Cole Cowen

“I’m excited to meet other children.”

by Sophia Hassan

Year 3 – Lennie Stone and Katie McMillan

“This is amazing! I am so excited to be a part of the school council”

by Katie McMillan

Year 4 – Archie Suscens and Mia Haley

“It’ll be good to be a councillor so I can help change things!”

by Archie Suscens

” I’m excited because I like to help others.”

by Mia Haley

Year 5 – George Hutchinson and Noah Rutland

Year 6 – Heidi Lochner and Findlay Schwec

SLC – Joshua Greenwood and Gracie Burdett

” We are going to work super hard as the voice for the children in our school. We will try our best to make our school and local area a better place.”

by Gracie Burdett and Josh Greenwood – SLC

Our Next meeting:

Friday 10th September 2021 @ 1:30pm

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