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School Council


What is a school council? 
A school council is a group of students, two from each year group, who are elected annually to represent the views of all pupils and ensure their school is the best possible place to learn.  The delegated children from each class will work with Mrs Shaw to discuss specific areas of school life and think about how they can be improved. 
What have the school council achieved? 
Over recent years the school have achieved a lot. Some of these achievements include: 
The selection of carpets and colour schemes for our recent school refurbishment,

Writing and asking questions to candidates during the interviewing process that occurs within our school, 
The introduction of our 'Top Table' and 'Dinner Hall Rules.'
Selection of KS1 playground equipment, 


What next for the school council? 

During the academic year or 2019-2020 the school council have so far been evaluating our new school dinners and thinking about how we can improve these. 

They will also be included in the decision making for new outdoor equipment for the KS2 playground. 



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