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 11th January 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 Apologies sent

 

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 am enjoyed taking part in our Christmas play.’

Wiktor ‘Science Day was brilliant. I liked working with the older children.’

Evie ‘The Scientists from the University were fantastic.’

Nathan thought the visit they had to learn about the Stone Age was brilliant. He loved dressing up as a stone age boy.

Daniella said ‘I love being a Junior PCSO and monitoring the traffic outside school.’

Adeyeni said ‘Our PE lessons with Cathal are good fun.’

Ameena and Ayo both said they loved performing their ballet show for the parents.

Agenda

  1. How did the colouring competition go?
  2. What shall we do next to raise money?
  3. What events are coming up that we can support?

How did the colouring competition go?

The children enjoyed delivering the competition to their class mates. They felt their class liked taking part, and many gave more than 20p because it was for a good cause. The councillors found it an easy competition to judge as well.

What shall we do next to raise money?

This time, we will do Angel’s idea of guessing how many sweets are in the jar, but then she came up with a healthier idea of guess the pebbles in the jar. The child who guesses the right number will win a prize, such as a craft set. The Council will start the competition this week. It will be 20p a guess.

What events are coming up that we can support?

World Book Day is in March, so the council are going to have a think about what they can do to support the love of reading in school that week. We are going to discuss ideas next Friday.

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