Our School Council is made up of two children 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 regularly with Mrs Smith, we share ideas and make decisions about projects and events and help promote them around school.
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.
School Council Members 2021-22
This year we have a school councillor and deputy school councillor in each class. Below are the members of our school council this year.
Deputy School Councillors
Friday 19th March 2021 is RED NOSE DAY
Friday 19th March 2021 is Red Nose Day and Ryvers will be joining in the fun.
We will be having a non uniform day and asking all the children to wear something RED.
Please ensure their outfits are suitable to wear in school all day.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic children are not to bring in or wear any red noses.
The theme for red nose day this year is Smile. Children may bring in jokes to share with their class during golden time.
We would encourage parents to make donations for Red Nose Day using the following link; https://app.parentpay.com/ParentPayShop/Foc/Default.aspx?shopid=2319.
We hope the children have a fun filled day and enjoy helping other children who are less fortunate then themselves with their donation.
Mrs H. Dwane Mrs S. Smith
School Council School Council
We can't wait to see you all in RED