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Pupil Council

The School Council has a representative from every class. They meet approximately six times a term. The meetings are chaired by Y6 Council Members. Mrs McNamara oversees the Council.

 

Student Council Representatives 2018-2019

 

Class Student Council Representatives
3 Florence
4 Guy
5 Effie 
6 Hollie 
7 Ronnie 
8 Jess 
9 Ben 
10 Jenny 
11 Joseph 
12 Sophie 
13 Niomi 
14 Daniel

 

Walk To School Campaign

https://www.livingstreets.org.uk/what-we-do/walk-to-school

 

The student council are currently running the Walk To School campaign across the school. The aim of the campaign is to reduce the amount of traffic outside of school during busy periods and encourage the pupils to make a healthy choice towards an active lifestyle.

 

Children are encouraged to walk to or from school at least once a week.  The school council monitor this and award children with a badge if they are able to walk to school at least once a week for the full month.  

 

The school council have been running this campaign in school now for over 5 years.

Walk To School Campaign

Walk To School Campaign 1
Walk To School Campaign 2

School Council Forum Meetings 2018-2019

All student council members will get the opportunity to attend a selection of these meetings which take place between 1pm and 2.30pm.

 

Date Venue
8th Oct 18 Rift House Primary School
10th Dec 18 Hart Primary School
28th Jan 19 West Park Primary School
25th Mar 19 Throston Grange Primary School
3rd Jun 19 Sacred Heart Primary School
26th Jun 19 Primary School Council Conference- Venue to be confirmed

 

The Student Council with the finished cross outside the Headteacher's office.

The Student Council with the finished cross outside the Headteacher's office. 1

Online Safety

 

The student council have been working along side Mrs Darnton to create a set of online safety SMART rules for our school. They have helped to create a school poster and considered a design and layout to suit our school and make it accessible for all children.

 

 

Online Safety

Online Safety 1 There were lots of decisions to make.
Online Safety 2 The finished design.

Bright Sparks

 

The school council worked with their classes to feedback ideas for this fundraising initiative. The chosen event, to support Alice House Hospice,  took place in January 2018.  Each class was given a tub of Pringles crisps, which were of course, shared amongst the children, then they were asked to donate coins to fill the empty tub.  This was a huge success and the school raised £669.65 for Alice House Hospice.  Sacred Heart were placed 1st in the competition, achieving the Gold Award, along with a cheque for £100 from EDF Energy.

Fundraising for Alice House Hospice

Fundraising for Alice House Hospice 1 Our challenge!
Fundraising for Alice House Hospice 2 The Student Council receiving £20 from the hospice
Fundraising for Alice House Hospice 3 Receiving a cheque for £100 from EDF Energy.
Fundraising for Alice House Hospice 4 First place for raising £669.65 for Alice House.

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