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 2019-2020:

School Council

Council 2019 - 2020

Reception Suriyah and Ethan                              

Year 1 Finley and Rachel

Year 2 Melexi and Hugo

Year 3 Leah and Modou-Lamin                        

Year 4 Chloe and Leila                            

Year 5 Ria and Abduli

Year 6 Daniella and Ericese

Minutes of the School Council Meeting Wednesday 20th November 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 Suriyah and Ethan                                 

Year 1 Rachel and Finley                      

Year 2 Melexi and Hugo

Year 3 Modou-Lamin and Leah                         

Year 4 Chloe and Leila                               

Year 5  Ria and Kassim

Year 6 Daniella and Ericese

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

Suriyah said ‘I enjoyed dressing up for Children In Need.’

Hugo ‘I’m looking forward to the visit from the Owls’

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

Leila “I loved going to see the Horrible Histories show.”

Agenda 

How can we help the environment?

We spoke about stewardship and how we can help others and our environment.  During the week of the 18th November Delhi was in the news for high levels of toxic gases in the air. The children understood the need for laws to improve the air quality. The children also realised that the pollution in Delhi can have an impact on our country too, even though we are no where near India. The School Council are going to speak to their classes about this and then think about ways in which our school can help to look after the environment. 

In the next meeting, we are hoping to put together a school agreement about what we are going to do to improve such things as our carbon footprint, recycling and food waste etc

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