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Voluntary Controlled Primary

School Council




'Because Pupil Voice Matters'


Pupil voice is highly regarded and respected within our school. One of the ways pupils can express their ideas is via the School Council. Each class, from Reception through to Year 6, have representatives that have been elected by their peers. The School Council meet to share and discuss views about school life, and include the views of their class during these discussions. This year, they will be involved in designing our new peace garden, which will take shape in the Summer Term. 


The children are enthusiastic members, take their role seriously, and are keen to listen to the views of others. 

Our School Councillors are: Lowry: Grace and Arthur

                                           Stephenson: Keira and Oscar

                                           Brierley: Lowell and Skyla

                                           Kenney : Connie and Joseph

                                           Turing: Jack and Finlay


What do the children think about School Council?

  • They think it is important that as a Councillor they represent everyone in school and carry forward ideas from their peers in class.
  • They believe they should be an outstanding role model to others in school.
  • All think it is important to raise money for school and other school supported charities.
  • School Council is fun and they enjoy coming to meetings to discuss important things.