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School Council


Our School Council are a group of children elected by their classmates who meet at least once a week to think of ways in which they can make our school better. They are expected to listen to their friends and share the good ideas they hear and then make decisions about which ideas to take forward and do more about. They don’t just meet and talk, they do things.


We organised a St Clare’s Art Gallery.

We reviewed our school development plan and set new targets for this year.

We presented our Teaching Assistants with a than you gift for all their hard work.

We helped with Operation Christmas Child.

We made posters for the ‘This and That’ sale to raise funds for the garden.


How have we have made a difference:

Ordered new playground equipment from the sponsored Bouncethon fundraiser.

Made thank you gifts for Teaching Assistansts to celebrate UNISON’s national Teaching Assistants appreciation day.

Wrote the new School Council Development Plan for 2015-16.




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