2021-2022 School Council
Our School Council has been busy this year. Their key achievement so far has been to work together to produce the children's Anti-Bullying Policy (below). We shared it with all of our Reception and Key Stage 1 children and made sure that they were happy with it, and they were!
Now we're talking about ideas for playtimes in our assemblies. We talked about how we could make playtimes even better! Our Reception and Year 2 children all felt that sticking to the school rules about being kind and helpful already make a big difference. We talked about the Buddy Benches and practised inviting children to join our games.
We'll talk about this again next week
Our SUPER School Council in the past...
Before the lockdown, our School Council was really busy thinking and working on road safety and clean air. There were lots of conversations about safety, especially on the roads around the school.
Our School Councillors made some amazing posters for grown ups and children to help to keep them safe and then they started a petition for parents and people in the community to sign (if they wanted to!) to send to the City Council, asking for help to make the roads safer around school.
Then we had a visit from Liz Kendall, our Member of Parliament. We'd asked her to come and meet our School Councillors and they had a brilliant time talking about road safety and what we could do to make changes to keep everyone safer.
While we were waiting to find out whether work would be done on the road beside the school, the School Council worked with other people from the council on clean air - they liked meeting Clean Air Clive!