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School Council

Woolaston School Council

A School Council is a formal group of children within a school who are elected by their peers to represent them and their views. 

Letter of Applications

 

The children in Year 6 all wrote to Miss Lane and Mrs Thomas to apply for the School Council positions. These were then submitted and children were chosen for the position based on the content of their letter.

Our Year 6 School Council Committee

Our Class Representatives 

Each class, has two School Council Representatives who attend fortnightly meetings and bring ideas for the items on the agenda. They then feedback to their classes and discuss the agenda set for the next meeting. Each class has a suggestion box, which the class representatives bring to meetings.

Latest News

Thank you for all your Donations for Ukraine. They have now been taken to the collection point.

Woolaston Primary School raised £254 for Comic Relief

Key Events

Thursday 3rd March

The School Council were invited to the Grand Opening of the School Library which has recently been updated. The updates followed a letter from the School council to the PTFA, sharing the children's views for the library and what they would like to see in there.

 

Friday 18th March

School Council have arranged for a book sale to take place to raise money for Comic Relief. The books will be on sale at morning playtime and lunchtime. The books will be priced between 50p and £1. School Council will meet on Wednesday 16th March to sort the donated books and to discuss plans. School Council are making posters to display around school to promote the event.

 

Friday 25th March

As a School Council, the children wanted to support those fleeing from Ukraine. It was decided that we would ask for donations to send out to those. We have sent a list of items to all parents and children are going to talk to their classes about the collection. Each classroom will have a box for collections and we will meet on Wednesday 23rd March to begin to sort donations out. We will then arrange for the items to be taken to Tesco in Chepstow who are arranging transportation of the donations.

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