At Evergreen Primary children are at the heart of our school. As a school we value the thoughts, ideas and opinions of all our children and the school council is one way the voice of the children is heard loud and clear. Representatives are elected by their classes three times a year at the start of the term 1,3 & 5. These children have an extremely important job to do.
Our council consists of one representative from each class from Reception to Year 6. The School Council co-ordinater is Mr Adam, he will be supporting the School councillors. The school councillors, term in the office will expire every 18 weeks and new councillors will be re appointed.
All councillors will be involved in many aspects of running of school life. The school council will meet regularly and discuss issues raised by children in the classes. Following the meeting, the school councillors will report back to their class on issues that were discussed and actions that will be taken to address their concerns.
The role of school councillor lasts for one year, this allows other children in the class to be voted for by their peers. The school council will actively be involved in raising funds for trips and ways to enhance their school environment.
First meeting for the School Council to discuss plans for the year.
School council Meeting
Welcome to the new council
1. Priorities for the year
- Development of Evergreen,s Khateeb’s
- To review the schools reward and Sanction system
- Investors in pupils
- School bullying
- School meals and menu
- School councils own ideas for the year Sept 2019 Sept 2020
2. Charity days
3. Dates of future meetings
December 2019– Reviewing Self Assessments for pupils