School Council 2018-2019
At the beginning of the new school year each class elected new school councillors, Years 1-6. Their pictures are on the school council board in the hall along with minutes of each meeting. The School Councillors in Years 3-6 will attend the Uttlesford School Council Conference on Thursday 12th October. The councillors found the conference very useful last year and the event provided them with lots of ideas of how to develop our School Council. (See our vision statement that was produced after the event last year)
By working with the whole school community the School Council will try to
- Improve our school
- Raise money for our school and other charities
- Help others
- Join in discussions and make decisions
- Feedback to Class Council and School Council meetings
- Make school a fun place to be
School Council Representatives 2018 – 2019
Year One – Max and Rose
Year Two – Poppy and Toby
Year Three – Martha and Tommy
Year Four – Charlie and Rose
Year Five – Olivia and Luca
Year Six – Freddie and Kiera
School Council Achievements 2017/18
- The KS2 school councillors went to the School Council conference at Henham School and developed ‘Our Vision’ statement from the work we did there.
- We agreed the Lunchtime rules to make eating our lunch a more pleasant experience for everyone.
- For Children in Need – we came to school dressed in spots and raised £216.
- Each class sent a letter to Juliana in Ghana telling her about what each class was learning.
- We organised a Mad Hair Day – to raise money to buy new play equipment.
- We raised £214 and bought lots of new playground equipment for lunchtime.
- We raised £425 at the Spring Fair.
- £180 was sent to Action Aid to sponsor Juliana for a year.
- The remaining money was donated to Sports Relief.
- We sent the Friends of Clavering a thank you letter for the new climbing frame.
- Each class thought of a message for a wreath. Class 6 message was chosen by the School Council to be our message on the wreath going to Belgium in August with Mr Smith (Harry’s dad Y3) for the GP90 Royal Legion celebrations.
- This Year Clavering Primary School has raised £855 for good causes.