Ludlow Primary School Council
What is a school council?
- A school council is a group of children that help make our school even better
- A school council listens to the children in their class so that they know what they think about their school
- A school council holds regular meetings
- A school council organises events to raise money for the school and charities
What does it do?
- The School Council help around school and we are involved in regular events at school.
- The School Council collects the views of your class and passes them to Ms Collins.
- The School Council meet to talk about new ideas and take an active part in the monthly meetings.
- The School Council take minutes of the meetings.
- The School Council lets their class know what goes on in the meetings they attend
What is a class School Council Representative?
- School Council representatives are elected by their class to represent those people who elected them.
- They act as a link between their class and the adults in the school – teachers, teaching assistants, cleaners, dinner ladies, Mrs Mather and the Strategic Task Group of the DHMAT.
- School Council representatives have to be willing and able to put forward other people’s views even if they disagree with them.
Ways people can get in touch:
- Talk to us when you see us around school - we wear badges so you know who we are.
- Put a suggestion in the Suggestions Box.
- Write a letter and give it to one of us.
- Ask questions when we give feedback to the class.