Meet the Councillors



In the first Autumn half term, the children voted for other children in their class to join our School Council and Green Team. 

In assembly, we discussed what the role involved, looked at previous representative's work and the Election results were revealed. 

The School Council and Green Team is made up of two children each from Reception and two children from Year 1 and Year 2. 

I am happy to announce that we have our 2023-2024 School Council and Green Team representatives and would like to say a big congratulations to those who were successfully elected.

Well done all. 

Our Vision

The aim of the School Council is listening to the children.

Our School Council is currently made up of 6 children from the Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 classes.

Our Green Team is also currently made up of 6 children from the Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 classes. 

Elections were held earlier this half term. Congratulations to each successful candidate.

The School Council and Green Team aim to have a meeting each term with Mrs Broughton, to discuss issues raised by other children, to organise events, to discuss other ideas to involve children in our school and focus on the 17 Good Life Goals.



Today the School Council and Green Team got together for our first meeting!
We discussed our roles and talked about things we would like to see in school.
Discussions soon turned to some of the children’s interests of Harry Potter and the houses that the children are placed in.
We researched the meaning of each house and found that:

Gryffindor - bravery and helping others
Hufflepuff - patience and loyalty
Ravenclaw - intelligence and knowledge
Slytherin - ambition and cunningness

We discussed the meanings and what it means to us alongside our classroom rules. We discussed other meanings such as honesty and resilience.

It was mentioned that a lion is proud and we then moved onto discussing different animals. Linking the animals to our classroom rules.
The children thought it would be a great idea to create houses of our own and are excited to discuss this further in future meetings.