Our School Council is made up of enthusiastic representatives from all classes in KS1 and KS2. The council meets regularly to help our school make decisions about how to make our school even better.
Our School Council members are:
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School council is also heavily involved in the recruitment of new staff.
As with local and national politics – our school council is elected from a group of nominated individuals from each class. Nominees are encouraged to consider why they would like to represent their class within the school council and what qualities they would bring to the role.
Any child wishing to be a school councillor must promise to:
Attend meetings on time.
Take responsibility for any preparation they have been asked to do.
Speak clearly and confidently in a number of situations.
Wear their school council badge proudly at all times when in school.
Act as a role model for other pupils.
They then make their presentations to the rest of the class who anonymously make their selections. Each class has the opportunity to vote for two councillors who they would like to represent them on the School Council.
Here are a few comments from our School Council:
"At Reevy Hill I like the teachers because they look out for you and they're caring and I have lots of friends" Caitlin
"I think we always do fun stuff" Skye
"We all have fun at playtimes" Maddison
"I like that we have chickens which give us fresh eggs" Bailey
"I like that we have fun put in to our learning rather than doing boring lessons" Ashton
The sucessful Year 6 prefects following interview and applications are:
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Well done everyone!