St Wilfrid's RC Primary School

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At St Wilfrid’s our school council meet to discuss issues that affect our school. There are two members from every class and they represent their classes’ views to find ways for improving our school. The school council play an important role in our school community and their views, as well as their classmates, are always presented to the Head Teacher and the Senior Leadership Team.

School Council 2018-2019:

School Council

Council 2018 - 2019

Reception - Amenna and Ayo                                  

Year 1 Delilah and Riley

Year 2 Adewura and Wiktor

Year 3 Eve and Nathan                        

Year 4 Angel and Logan                            

Year 5 Daniella and Adeyeni

Year 6 Adrini and Mohammed

Minutes of the School Council Meeting Friday 21st June 2019

At St Wilfrid’s our school council meet to discuss issues that affect our school. There are two members from every class and they represent their classes’ views to find ways for improving our school. The school council play an important role in our school community and their views, as well as their classmates, are always presented to the Head Teacher and the Senior Leadership Team.

Present

Reception Ameena and Ayo                                

Year 1 Delilah and Riley                     

Year 2 Adewura and Wiktor

Year 3 Evie and Nathan                        

Year 4 Angel and Logan                              

Year 5 Adeyeni and Daniella

Year 6 Adrini and Mohamed

 

The children said that everyone in their class had been taking part in lots of wonderful activities within their lessons and after school.

Adewura said ‘I enjoyed my trip to the Bridgewater Concert Hall.’

Ayo ‘We went to Smithills Farm this week. I loved the donkey ride’

Evie ‘Recorder lessons are going well in Year 3.’

Mohamed “We had a blast on our residential trip.”

Daniella said ‘I have seen the children in Nursery and Reception cooking with their parents. The food looks delicious.’

Adrini said ‘I’m excited about starting archery.’

Agenda

  1. Recycling
  2. Sweet potato competition – sent from Manchester Fayre

Recycling

Last week some of the School Council met with Molly and Rachel from Biffa; they are the company who recycle waste in Manchester. They shared lots of great ways for us to improve our recycling in school. We have decided to recycle batteries in the last few weeks of term. An extra playtime will be given to the class who bring in the most batteries.

We also looked into asking children to bring in their plastic bottle tops from home and sending those to Lush, but when we read up on it, the company said they can only take a small number of lids, so for now we will leave that idea.

The School Council are also going to design a poster to remind people about recycling and the importance of it.

Competition

The School Council will deliver the competition to their class. Any entries to be handed to Mrs Hudson by the 1st July.

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