A school councillor is a pupil who represents their class and helps to make decisions for the school. This is done twice a term to discuss ideas and suggestions classes have come up with. The councillors elect a chairperson, vice-chairperson and secretaries from Year 6.
Being a school councillor makes you feel self-confident because you are making changes to your own school, and makes you feel special and like you're in control. You need to be reliable, responsible and well organised.
If you want more events like 'Pirates for Pudsey' , 'Walk to School Week', and poster competitions; if you have ideas for new equipment like the new bird boxes in the wildlife area and the new playground games; or want to suggest other ways of improving our school then you know who to contact... the School Council!
Year 6 School Councillor
The School Council provides a voice for all pupils within the school. Each class elects two members who attend meetings. The children offer ideas from their peers and feed back to their individual classes. The council considers many issues in school, including the refurbishment of shared areas/facilities and deciding on fundraising initiatives.
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