School Council and Ambassadors
- To set weekly agendas for class council meeting
- To undertake weekly school council meetings
- To define key projects across the year and set actions to achieve goals
- To undertake parent tours, visitor tours and host other key events
Results of the Charity Vote:
In the Autumn Term, the School Council voted for the whole school charity for this year which is the RSPCA.
School Council Calendar of Events 17-18
Check out our calendar of events for this year!
This leaflet was made to raise awareness of anti-bullying and in response to anti-bullying week and from Class Council feedback.
We held a Be Bright, Stay Safe Day in conjunction with the Junior Road Safety Officers. We talked about immediate environmental concerns and have completed a poster to remind parents to not leave car engines running outside the school.
We are running a competition to see which class has the best Book Corner (KS1) and Inspiration Station (KS2). Look out for our announcement of the winner!
Cross-Site School Council
School Council Agenda
School Council Minutes
We have had our first school council meeting this year and the new Year 6 children are excited to undertake their acting roles as school council leads until Democracy Day which is due to take place on the 11th October 2017. We have already discussed ideas for our action plan as well as a calendar of events that we will be undertaking across the year.
A Summary of 2016 – 2017
We have been very busy year working on a number of projects. Our matheletics club ran very successfully following applications and support in startup from Mr Siddique, the school maths leader. We have also worked hard to cost out the fruit tuck shop and after a successful trial in Summer 1 we will aim to make this a permanent feature. We raised over £450 so far for our chosen charity, Cancer Research UK as well! We undertook cross site visits where we completed learning walks, discussed cross site projects and shared our good practice across sites! You can take a look at our action plan review below. Keep a look out for our second newsletter of the year which will be available this half term!
The School Council have elected their new representatives after an energised campaign process and election. We are now in full swing for the new year and have completed the action plan, calendar of events and a new vision statement. As the school is getting bigger, we are now holding KS1 and KS2 meetings separately to allow all members to have a clear voice. Year 6 are running both meetings. We are excited to announce the Mayor of Hackney will be visiting us in the Spring Term and that we are starting our cross site visits later this term. If you have any questions for us, you can email us at email@example.com