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School Council

The school council is made up of 10 children. Two children from each year group, from years 2-6. Council members are selected in September using a voting system and are supported by Mrs Kendall. School council meetings take place every 2 weeks on a lunch time. Each meeting has a different focus. The school council get to voice and share their opinions about issues around the school and are responsible for reporting feedback from their peers. They represent the student body. The school council go on trips to meet other councils and share ideas. Furthermore, they are very closely linked with RRSA (Rights Respecting School Award).

“I like school council because we get to help our school”. Sarah, Year 5

“We are the voice of our whole year group. We get to share our concerns with each other and think of ways to fix them”. Megan, Year 4

“I like the school council because it’s fun. You get to discuss things about the school and voice our opinions” Leon W, Year 4

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