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At Stacey Primary School we believe it is important for the children to feel part of the school community and have representatives who can feedback and help in some decision making.

 

The School Council have created their own action plan for the next academic year. 

 

We are ‘Yippee Yellow’ with

these things

 

 

We want to continue to meet with Mrs Vokes and the Governors to share our School Council work.

October 2016

We share information with our parents about what’s going on in our school. We create our own School Council newsletter.

Termly

We arrange lots of activities to help fundraise for Ty Hafan.

Termly

We have the opportunity to work with Miss Brooks weekly to help improve the school.

Fortnightly

These are ‘Green for Growth targets.

We want to have a say in creating and running our own clubs during lunchtimes.

January 2017

We want to organise a ‘Fun Run’ for parents and pupils to help raise money for Ty Hafan.

June 2017

We want to organise a celebration assembly at the end of each term.

Termly

We want to set up a School Council     ‘Buddies Reading Group.’

September 2016

These would make our school even better. Blue for Better).

We want to work with other schools in our cluster to share our learning.

Termly

We want to work with older people in the community. We want to work with the residents  of

 St Judes.

Termly

We want create a link with an International School.

October 2016

 

The children enjoy having weekly meetings with Miss Brooks! 

 

Stacey Primary School Council 2017/18!
 
At the beginning of the year, children in Years 2-6 were invited to apply to be members of our school council. Each class voted and the following children have been elected as our school council for 2017/2018

Year 6 - Learah & Walid
Year 5 -  Annie & Nadir
Year 4 - Ellie-May & Sebastian 
Year 3 - Kritika & Nioll
Year 2 - Safa & Sohrab 

What is a School Council?

A school council is a group of pupils elected by their fellow pupils to represent their opinions and raise issues with your headteacher and governors in the school. The school council can also take forward projects on behalf of the pupils, and be involved in planning and things like the School Development Plan, governing body meetings and interviewing staff.

 

A School Council:

* Represents all pupils;
*Takes time to listen to all pupils and communicate their views;
*Feed back to pupils about what happened about their views;
*Make things happen – or explain why they can’t!
                                     
 
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