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School Council 2020-2021

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Year 1 - Ava and Anthony

Year 2 - Olivia and Julian

Year 3 - Joshua and Lilly

Year 4 - Russell and Bobby-Jay

Year 5 - Harvey and Nina

Year 6 -Milly, Katy and Hallie

These children have been elected by their peers for being excellent role-models, and in KS2 for answering a range of questions about their hopes and dreams to improve our school throughout the year.

Our Achievements this year…

Recycling heroes!

School Council regularly meet to discuss issues and talk about new ways that we can improve our school.

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School Council 2019-2020

Hygiene

At our first school council meeting in the Autumn Term, our Year 5 councillors were passionate about reminding everyone about the importance of good personal hygiene. To address these concerns, School Council presented to the whole school in a Learning Powers assembly how to effectively wash our hands and explained how easily germs can spread if we don't thoroughly wash our hands. The children also designed posters to display around school to remind everyone to keep their hands clean.

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Feelings boxes

In response to PSHE questionnaires, School Council decided that they would like to create 'feelings boxes' to encourage children to express their feelings in a safe and discrete way. School Council were keen to take responsibility for checking the box for any notes.

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School Council Meeting 3rd February 2020

by Hallie, Year 5

School council met on 3rd February to diccuss about ways to make the school better. We discused about making worry boxes so when people are worried they can put it in the box. We also discused about manners around the school, making the school a nicer place and making people feel happier.

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