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School Council

Our School Council represents the views of all our pupils. It gives children the opportunity to make their voices heard and feel part of the whole school community.


Each class elects their Councillors at the beginning of each academic year. This year our Councillors are:


Class One- Casey

Class Two- Alfie

Class Three- Kaiden and Harry

Class Four- Kalab, Keira and Ewan


Each Councillor is expected to be an excellent role model for their peers and always uphold the school's mission statement:


In Our School:

  • We will try to do our best.
  • We will care for each other.
  • We will pray for each other.
  • We will welcome and respect everyone.
  • We will try to help others.


A monthly meeting is held to discuss any issues, share ideas and make plans.





Some of the oldest Councillors visit Class One to listen to the children read regularly. They will also be reading stories to them and planning fun story related activities for them.

Each year we choose a charity/charities to support and this year after discussion, we have decided to support YOUNG MINDS.

This is a fantastic charity with the aim of supporting children and young people's mental health.

They believe that every voice is important and needs to be listened to and we agree so are very excited to be involved!


Take a look at their mission statement and we're sure you will agree that the charity is carrying out crucial work:


"We will make sure all young people get the best possible mental health support and have the resilience to overcome life's challenges."


We will be learning more about Young Minds and delivering an assembly all about it!

If you are a parent needing help, you can call the helpline for free on 0808-802-5544, Monday- Friday 9.30-4.00pm.

Council Gallery

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We also have two Year 6 Pupil Governors. They are chosen by staff to fill this important role within the school.

They will have several responsibilities throughout the year such as helping new starters to settle in, assisting on Open Day's and supporting the School Council in their tasks.

This year our Pupil Governors are Amy and Emily. You can easily identify them around school as they wear their red jumpers!

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World Mental Health Day

World Mental Health Day 1 World Mental Health Day assembly

Councillors and Pupil Governors teamed up to deliver an assembly on World Mental Health Day.

They talked about the importance of looking after our 'inside' hurt as well as our 'outside' hurt. They explained that it's very important to talk to someone if you're feeling sad or worried and that you should get your problems off your chest!