St Agnes

St Agnes Primary School St Agnes Primary School

The family of St Agnes loves, learns and grows together as followers of Jesus.

School Council

Here, at St Agnes, our aim is to give every pupil an opportunity to share their ideas for improving the school. The school council are a group of children who are elected by their peers, at the beginning of the academic year, to represent the voice and the views of all children in the school. They have fortnightly meetings with Miss Duggan to think about and to suggest ways of improving the school for all those who attend it. After each school meeting, the children feedback and discuss the outcomes with their class. This term the children have been focusing on ‘keeping safe.’ They have been speaking to their classes about how to improve safety whilst moving around the school and playground.

Year 1M       -     Matheus & Valentina
Year 1Z        -     Elissa & Nectarie
Year 2D        -    Ella-Mae & Jerron 
Year 2M       -    Henrique & Sofia
Year 3FP      -    Alex & Daisy
Year 3/4C    -    Callum & Maebh
Year 4S        -    Corey & Grace
Year 5G       -    Carla & Oscar
Year 5T        -    Luke & Tiffany
Year 6G       -    Chloe & Bradley
Year 6M     
-    Charlie & Seobin

The school council organise and promote many successful activities throughout the year. They meet weekly and discuss new and exciting ways to raise money for charity, improve the school environment and encourage the school to collaborate on new initiatives. Earlier this year, the school council organised a creative ‘Crazy Hat Parade’. This was very successful as many children participated with an assortment of creations. Additionally, the School Council members researched and discussed with their classes different games and activities preferred throughout the school. They then were able to create personalised class lists of enjoyable games to use during wet play. As part of our Catholic Ethos, the school council decided it would be charitable to collect items for a local Trussell Trust foodbank. This involved the school council encouraging their class to donate items and give weekly totals for the newsletter. They then helped with the organisation of donating it to the Trussell Trust.

 

 

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