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Updated September 2020






School Council


Our School Council is made up of one child from every class (Y1-Y6). We have to campaign to our classmates to be elected like candidates do in real elections. We talk together at the School Council meetings every half term with Mrs Walls and Mrs Dwane, share ideas and make decisions about projects and events.


We also try to help our community and try out new ideas to make our school a better and safer place.


After our meetings we write minutes, so we remember the decisions that we have made.


To be a good school councillor you must be a good listener, be fair and approachable. We have to listen to our classmate’s ideas and opinions, so we can bring them to the Council. However, we also have to inform our school friends about our events and successes in school assemblies, in the school newsletter and on our website.


We were in charge of deciding how to raise money for our annual “Children in Need” event which was very successful!  We raised £893.05 thanks to your kind generosity!


We will continue to have regular meetings.

Watch this space!

School Council Members walked to Langley War Memorial on Tuesday 12th November 2019. The School Council members laid a beautiful hand made wreath at the war memorial and helped to tidy it up too!  

School Council - Langley War Memorial - Tuesday 12th November 2019

  • Ryvers Primary School,
  • Trelawney Avenue,
  • Slough,
  • Berkshire,
  • SL3 7TS