School Council Welcome to the School Council What is a School Council? A school council is a group of pupils elected by their fellow pupils to represent their opinions and raise issues with senior managers and governors in the school. The school council can also take forward projects on behalf of the pupils, and be involved in planning and things like the School Development Plan, governing body meetings and staff appointments.
To be effective, the school council must:
•Be representative and inclusive; •Take time to listen to all pupils and communicate their views;
•Feed back to pupils about what happened about their views;
•Make things happen – or explain why they can’t! The school council conducts a meeting once a month. We will discuss any issues that has arisen, ideas that need to be shared to improve the school and organize events.
Our Notice board On our notice board by the reception, you will see who the members are. On another notice board our minutes from a meeting is displayed and a chance for students to share any ideas. So remember to voice your opinion! School Council 2019 - 2020 Welcome back! The school council had a busy year last year, and the new members are ready to represent the school.
Year 6 - Sam and Lottie
Year 5 - Poppy and Ben
Year 4 - Molly and Willow
Year 3 - Freya and Ieuan
Year 2 - Eva and Tomi
Here are the results following our first meeting;
Chairperson - Sam
Vice Chairperson - Ben
Secretary - Lottie
Vice Secretary - Willow
Treasurer - Poppy
What the School Council are hoping to achieve this year?
1, To raise money for different charities, including; Dog's Trust, Indonesian Tsunami Appeal, Poppy Appeal, Children in Need, Christmas Jumper Day, Red Nose Day and Race for Life. We will also donate clothes and food to the food bank in Llangollen during the Christian Week.
2, We will continue to work closely with the Siarter Iaith - working with the Town Council to prepare bilingual posters for the Christmas Fayre, support the new curriculum, prepare anti bullying activities and attend a Child's rights workshop.
3, Improve the school yard, developing areas to ensure quiet and calm options, cooperate with the Eco group to work on a project based on waste and traffic problems, and promote the Bydi Buarth system.
The School Council is also working closely with the Eco group, Siarter Iaith and the Snag group.