Our School Council

St Mary's School Council is the pupils' voice of the school.

The School Council is made up of children from Years 1-6. Mr Walters helps run the meetings and makes sure that the children's ideas are listened to by school leaders.

The School Council is made up of children who are caring, curious and courageous. The meetings allow the children to have a greater sense of belonging and ownership in what happens in our school and local community.

This year the school council comprises at least two children from every year group.  

The aim is for the children to represent their peers and bring forward their views to improve the school and its grounds whilst making learning engaging and fun. They also plan events to raise money for the school and for charities.

Through regular meetings pupils have a chance to put forward ideas and questions.  The first job of the school council this year will be to organise and run a cake sale in aid of Children In Need.

Please see our School Council Noticeboard in school for all the latest news.




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