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 9th November 2018

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 Mohamed and Adrini

 A brief meeting was held for the children to feedback their class ideas to the rest of the School Council.

 Agenda

  1. Suggestions for raising money for KS2 reading books.

How shall we raise the money?

Year 1 suggested playing pie in the teacher’s face!

Year 2 thought about paying £1 to wear your own clothes.

Year 3 wanted to have a treasure hunt.

Year 4 wondered if the children could guess how many sweets are in the jar.

Year 5 said children could pay £1 to bring their ‘electrics’ into school.

Year 6 thought about a colouring competition.

Through discussion, the School Council decided to hold a colouring competition. They thought this would be best because it wouldn’t cost too much to print the pictures, the school council could hold a lunchtime ‘club’ so that children can complete the competition in school, but they also have the option to do it at home. The children decided to buy a chocolate bar as a prize for one child in each year group.

The members of the School Council are to introduce the colouring competition to their class mates and they will also write a letter to inform the parents of the competition.

 

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