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The  School Council is group of children who were elected to represent the views of all children and to improve their school. Our School Council does a number of things. The School Council meets weekly - with the Headteacher present - to discuss and sort out problems. 

 

Members of the School Council are responsible for carrying out the ideas that have been agreed, such as planning events, writing letters to parents or meeting with school governors.

 

The School Council represents the views of all children and gets things done.

These are some things that make our School Council effective:

 

Regular meetings
A council that is not too big
Good communication between representatives and their class
Training for School Council members
 

National Road Safety Week

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National Road Safety Week 5

The week commencing  21st November 2016 was the National Road Safety Week across the United Kingdom. Our School Council thought carefully about how we can help promote being safe when using the roads. They took about designing and making posters for the school community to see and these are available on this webpage and displayed around the school site for people to see. 

School Council Debate Brexit at Council Offices

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The School Council have visited the local Council Offices where a presentation about Brexit took place. The children worked alongside the School Councils of our Academy Trust Schools - Archbishop Wake CE Primary and Blandford St Marys CE Primary. The children learnt more about democracy and the voting system. After their debate the children voted for staying the EU or not.  The children heard a presentation from Councillor Kirby  enabling them to make comparisons to their role and the role of groups and individuals in the wider society. 

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