We believe every child has a voice and it is important to listen to their ideas.
Our School Council 2017-18
Meeting the mayor of Kidderminster
On Tuesday 31st October, along with representatives from the governing body, Comberton Fundraisers and HSBC the school council met the mayor of Kidderminster to launch our new library.
Our School Council holds regular meetings to discuss a range of things which can improve the school. If you have any ideas or suggestions then please speak to your class representative or put them in the suggestion box which can be found in the Library.
What are we doing now?
This year we are supporting the Romanian Christmas shoebox campaign, suggesting ideas for after school clubs and we're going to open the new school library with the mayor of Kidderminster.
What have we been up to?
Last year, we reviewed 'playtime' behaviour and suggested ideas to Mr Freear. Following this, we purchased some new equipment, reviewed how the 'sin bin' is used at lunchtime and started a lunchtime colouring club. We also discussed our Home/School Agreement and decided to review how we can make the school a safer place.
Previously, we've asked for Playground Leaders (which have now been introduced), more space at playtime to run around (we now have split playtimes so we're not altogether) and more activities (Mr Tierney leads games sessions everyday and at break time). We also designed some new playground values, based on our school values.