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2021 – 2022

Introducing the Stanhope Barrington School Councillors…

This year our school councillors are Joseph, Leo, Freddie, Euan, Wesley, Harry, Emily, Rory, Grace and Violet.

It is our school councillors’ job to gather any ideas for school improvements or issues that children are having and to share them at their regular meetings to raise ideas and find solutions. The team already identified some improvements that the children want to see taking place in school and are working hard to develop these throughout the autumn term.

Here’s what we’ve been doing…

Over the course of the autumn term the School Council met on various occasions to share ideas from their learning zones. The meetings have resulted in break time equipment being renewed, items around school being repaired or replaced and amendments to daily plans or school routines that children felt could be improved. The School Council have more plans to implement in the New Year. Stay tuned!

School Council 2019-2020

Reception- Lexi-Mae and Henry

Class 1 – Lucy and George

Class 2 – Finley and Imogen

Class 3 – Joseph and Harry

Class 4 – David and Harmony

Class 5 – Lucy and Lawrence

Buddy Councillors

Grace, Jasmine, Tyla and Aimee

Pupil Voice – School Council Minutes 22.10.19

School Council 2018-2019

This year our Councillors are: Darcey, Wesley, Bonnie, Archie, Ava, Priya, Euan, Joseph, Chloe, Rosie, Noah, Holly, Melody, Lola, Georgia & Daniel

Our school councillors are elected at the beginning of each year by their peers. The role of a school councillor is to act as a link between their class and the school council. The council is co-ordinated by Miss Hunter-Purvis who holds regular meetings with the team. Following a school council meeting, the councillors provide feedback to their own class and take any suggestions, opinions or ideas back to the next council meeting. Being a school councillor helps children to develop a sense of responsibility, improves communication skills and presentation skills. Some of our older children act as Support Councillors to the younger children which again develops their confidence and self-esteem.

This year our school council have focused on developing different ideas for after school clubs and have also carried out our bi-annual Academic Resilience Questionnaire.

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