School Council 2016-17

At St Margaret's we encourage the children to be thinking citizens and we have twelve councillors who make up the School Council.

The councillors are elected by members of their class, so that each class has a representative on the School Council.

Meetings are held regularly and matters concerning the development and improvement of St Margaret's School are discussed.

 

Our School Council 2016-17

Our School Council Motto

"We will discuss every request even if it is not the best"

 

What do School Council do?

The school councillors are elected by the children in their class:

-  They go to school council meetings and take part in discussions

-  They let the class know what has been discussed at the meetings

-  They take the views of the classmates to the school council

-  Be involved in projects that the school council runs.

 

A School Councillor...

-  is committed and determined to make a difference.

-  always thinking about ways to improve the school.

-  talks to children and staff about the school council.

-  Learns new skills.

-  Has ideas about things the school council can do.

-  listens to other childrens' views and understands them.

-  Cares about school and wanting to improve it.

 

Who are the School Council

The School Council is made up of children from each class.

Each year, every class will normally elect two representatives to be members of the school council.

The council will then meet to elect officers such as:

-  Chair

-  Secretary

- School Council Teacher:  Mr D Whittle

 

Our Councillors and the classes they represent:

 

Oak Class

Kaiden

Marley

Nabila

Miah

 

Heron Class

Zahra

Waild

 

Durban Class

Adam

Naima

 

Devon Class

Callum

Sarah

 

Twist Class

Charlie

Anya

 

Brook Class

Lexi

Abd

 

What makes a good School Council

These are some things that make our school council effective:

  • Regular meetings
  • A council that is not too big
  • Class/Form councils that meet regularly
  • Good communication between representatives and their class
  • Smaller groups (subcommittees) working on specific events or issues
  • Annual evaluations