School Council

St. Thomas’ School Council

School council representatives help our children to have a greater say in matters that effect our school. The school council holds meetings every half term chaired by school governor Mrs Ingrid Shaw, to discuss and resolve any problems that may have arisen. These may be issues relating to lunch times, behaviour or new ideas to help improve our school.

Every year, each year group elects one boy and one girl to represent their class on the school council. This year’s school council representatives are:

Year 1
Lewis Lilly
“I wanted to be on the school council because I thought it would be fun. I will be a good representative because I will be good at tidying up.” “I wanted to be on the school council because I want to help people.”
 Year 2
Ellis Emily
 “I wanted to be on the school council because I wanted to help people. I want to make sure people don’t run in the corridor.”  “I wanted to be on the school council because I want to make sure there is no bullying in the playground. People will listen to me. I will be a good representative because I am a good girl and I listen to other people. I would like more playtime and break time.”
 Year 3
Alex Millie
“I wanted to be on the school council because I want to stop people being mean and bullying. I will be a good representative because I’m sensible.”  “I wanted to be on the school council because I like to be helpful. I will be a good representative because I am sensible. There is nothing I would like to change about school.”
 Year 4
Bartosz Mia
“I wanted to be on the school council because I want to keep children safe.” “I wanted to be on the school council because I like to help people.”
 Year 5
Sean Leah
“I wanted to be on the school council because I want to make the school a better place.” “I wanted to be on the school council because I want to help people and do jobs.”
 Year 6
Jonjo Olivia
“I wanted to be on the school council because we as a team could change the school. I want to change the trim trail because it’s been the same for a long time.” “I wanted to be on the school council because I want to help people not to bully and so everyone is equal. I will be a good representative because i’m looking forward to helping people and doing something new.”

Our School Council Representatives also work alongside Miss Sparkes relating to areas of PSHE. Meetings are held every half term to discuss key PSHE topics, including what we know already, how we could increase awareness and what we can do to improve our learning and create a better learning environment. Please view our Anti-Bullying Ambassadors page to see some of the improvements they have been making so far to make our school a safer and happier place. 

School Council/PSHE Minutes

School Council Minutes September 2018

School Council Minutes November 2018

 
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