Menu

Interactive Bar

Google Services

Search

Translate

Home Page

School Council

Our School Council members been nominated by their class. We meet weekly / fortnightly and discuss pupils voice, upcoming events, charities and what is going well and can be improved around the school. 

 

Keep checking this page to see what we have been up with, and remember to check the Rights Respecting and Eco pages as well. 

 

 

 

 

We are pleased to announce our school council members for 2021- 22. 

Speak to your class school council with any ideas that you would like to be discussed in meetings. 

 

Head girl and Head boy 

 

 

      

Maccie                      Dylan

 

Y6 Rights Ambassadors

 

      Summer             Kian                 Natalia            Morgan

 

Y3 - Y5 representatives  

The pupils have FP class buddies, they visit the classes to make sure that all pupils have their voice heard in our meetings. 

 

   

      Mutukil               Lexi                 Dylan               Bonnie

 

    

                 Isaac                Leila               Levente

Getting ready to launch our right of the month

Busy School Council meeting getting read to launch our right of the month. We were busy finding our favourite right.

                                                       

Harvest Festival

 

Our School Council decided that this year we would collect food items to donate to Swansea food bank. Our Rights Respecting Ambassadors, organised the letters and contacted Swansea Food Bank to invite them to our assembly. 

 

Some of the Year 6 pupils led our Harvest Festival, we sang songs and Y6 told us why we collect food during harvest time. 

 

Gloria, from Swansea Food Bank, was so grateful for our donations! We collected 195.4kg of food, which equals an amazing 465 MEALS for families in Swansea. 

 

A HUGE THANK YOU TO ALL PUPILS, PARENTS, CARERS and STAFF that donated!

 

 

 

Article 24 - You have the right to nutritious food.

 

Our new behaviour charter

 

School Council discussed behaviour in the school and agreed that it could be improved. Last summer we began to discuss a new charter to put in place. 

 

 

Each class has four Rhodri's on display. 

 

Our purple Rhodri is for:

 

Positive

Resourceful

Determination

Improvements

Reflective

Effort

Every time each child is on purple their name will be put in to a cup. During superstar assembly Mr Dennis will pick out one child from each class and they will be rewarded with sitting on the purple table and an activity planned by School Council. Check out the purple page to see what kind of things we have done already!

 

Our Green Rhodri is for everyone to begin each session on. It means we are ready to learn.

 

 

 

Our Pink Rhodri means we need to think, about our behaviour. We must make the right decision or....

We go to our Grey Rhodri. If we are on grey we will go to Mr Dennis or a member of senior management and not return to class until we are ready to learn again. Teachers will tell parents every time we are on grey. 

 

 

Article 28 - We have the right to the best education.

Rhodri's going to Africa!

 

Friday 26th October 

Top