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SS Peter and Paul's Catholic Primary School

'We show our love for God in the way we treat each other. Together we follow Jesus by learning and sharing our gifts'

School Council

 

Who are they?

 

 

Caiden 6B

 

Christjose 6R

 

Mwimba 5W

 

Ridge 5C

 

Emmanuella 4D

 

Zane 4M

 

Sri 3S

 

Yulia 3B

 

Daniel 2B

 

Karina 2P

Hannah 1V

Akshu 1W

 

SCHOOL COUNCIL 2017-18 

 At SS Peter and Paul’s School, we encourage children to be free thinkers and to contribute to the life of the school.  The ideal forum for this is the School Council.  Children from Years 1 to 6 have the opportunity to be elected by their peers to represent their class views and to serve on the School Council.

The School Council meets once a month, led by Mrs Maisuria The members enjoy and thrive in this formal setting and often discuss valuable issues such anti-bullying, recycling projects, school food, fund-raising for projects and charities, activity requests and much, much more.

The School Council are also called upon from time to time to be ambassadors of the school at various events, a duty they all carry out with pride.  Watch this space for interesting and fascinating projects from our School Council.

Minutes of School Council Meetings

10th November 2017

Playground Equipment

The school council have discussed likes and dislikes in the current playground environment.
Children have suggested ways to improve the playground and make it more inviting for everyone.
They will be asking their classes opinions on the suggestions made and take this forward to Mrs Johnson to review.

Salvation army Christmas gift appeal

The school council would like to continue with the tradition of raising money for those less fortunate. They would like to host a cinema/movie afternoon to raise money and then buy gifts for the gift appeal. They feel this is important and is a good example of our mission statement.

Bike club review

At the beginning of December children would like to review and give their opinions on the new bike club as they think it is a great idea.

How to make reading fun

As reading is a big focus at SSPP the School Council will be discussing what they enjoy and ideas of how to make it more fun for the children in the school.

SCHOOL COUNCIL 2016-17

At SS Peter and Paul’s School, we encourage children to be free thinkers and to contribute to the life of the school.  The ideal forum for this is the School Council.  Children from Years 1 to 6 have the opportunity to be elected by their peers to represent their class views and to serve on the School Council.

The School Council meets once a month, led by Mrs Leary. The members enjoy and thrive in this formal setting and often discuss valuable issues such anti-bullying, recycling projects, school food, fund-raising for projects and charities, activity requests and much, much more.

The School Council are also called upon from time to time to be ambassadors of the school at various events, a duty they all carry out with pride.  Watch this space for interesting and fascinating projects from our School Council.

Minutes of Meetings:

School Council Minutes 

 Anti-Bullying Week (13th – 29th November 2016)

The School Council led a whole-school assembly on this topic which they prepared. During the assembly they talked about famous people who have been bullied, what bullying is and what to do about it.  They also showed a video clip of a ‘Topsy and Tim’ story to help the younger children to understand more about bullying.  At the assembly they launched their ‘Anti-Bullying’ poster competition in which all children were invited to design an anti-bullying poster.

Anti Bullying Charter

The school council members held discussions in their classes and then brought all of their ideas together to write an Infant and Junior anti-bullying charter.

Holocaust Memorial Day

The School Council wrote prayers and took them to the Holocaust Day memorial service at Valentines Park.  They talked to the rest of the school about their experience at an assembly.

Playground Equipment

The school council from the previous year were involved in choosing new games for the playground.  They discussed the likes and dislikes with their classes and were given a budget and they then chose a selection of games for KS1 and KS2.

 

 

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