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Trotts Hill Primary School and Nursery

School Council

Our School Council represents the views of all our pupils. It gives children the opportunity to make their voices heard and feel part of the whole school community.

 

The School Council is an important part of Trotts Hill and the children feel proud to be elected.  In July, the class vote for their representatives for the next academic year.  All children from Year 2 to Year 6 are given the opportunity to stand for election.  After making a speech to their class, their peers vote.  This is an important part of children’s experience of British Values and a democratic process in school. Children attend a fortnightly meeting with Mrs Wilby.

 

Our School Council is a member of Stevenage Schools Parliament and the Year 6 School Councillors attend regular meetings.

 

2020/21 School Council Representatives:

 

  • Year 2 - Leo and Emelie
  • Year 3 - Joseph and Grace
  • Year 4 - Aayat and Liam 
  • Year 5 – Penny and Charlie S
  • Year 6 – Chashe and Lois

 

Summer 2021

Our school council have been working on several projects this term focussing on our school development priorities.

Reading - School councillors have asked for donations for 'swap shop' boxes which they have created in class. They have promoted reading in their classes by encouraging the recycling of books which they no longer need. They are also working on creating some videos of themselves reading as they have missed our shared reading sessions with the younger children.

Curriculum - Each pair of school councillors surveyed their class to see which subject they would like to spend the whole day learning. They gave feedback to their class teacher and we will update how these days went shortly!

Missed experiences due to lockdown - School councillors were asked which experiences they had most missed last summer and they agreed it was school trips. This was fed back to SLT and teachers, resulting in all classes organising trips this year.

Autumn 2020

Unfortunately due to the restrictions in place, the School Council have been unable to meet as they would usually. However the 2019/20 school councillors were able to support the design of our PSHE curriculum by completing some pupil voice activities and sharing what they think is important to learn in PSHE. We also held new elections towards the end of the term and our new school councillors met with a member of the Senior Leadership Team to think about their action plan for the year ahead. We look forward to a productive Spring Term!

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