School Council 2016-2017

School Council has begun . . . . KS2 thoughts for September 2016

Taran, a former pupil of Bishopstone Primary School - came back to share these top tips for Secondary School:

Our KS2 council members for 2016 . . . . . photo coming soon, new member elected Sept 2016

School Council

Voting is now complete in KS2

We have an active School Council who meet regularly with the Headteacher.  The council is made up of a representative from Year 1, Year 2, Year 3, Year 4, Year 5 and a Year 6.  

Ideas for the future:

Cook dinner for the local elderly residents

Jumble Sale

Non-uniform day

Meet the Mayor of Swindon - we have written but not heard back yet :-(

Sponsored Run

Wash cars

Mini-Olympics

Craft selling and making

Bring your Teddy to school

Scooter races

 

Some of their achievements in 2015-2016 included:

Creating regular cinema nights after school (once a term)

Taking part in Children in Need

Creating new rules for the playground

Requesting a Talent Show (to be held in the summer term)

Selecting new toys for the playground

Taking part in Sport Relief (coming up soon)

 

Some of their achievements in 2014-2015 included:

  • Our first task has been to arrange 'Children in Need Day 2014' - lots of events from name the teddy, dress up, apple bobbing, lemonade and cake selling . . . . .we raised nearly £100
  • We made beautiful Pudsey bears from clay . . . which KS2 then took home
  • We sold hot chocolate at break time in Christmas Week
  • We created hampers for the local elderly in the community and delivered them
  • We had a fun non-uniform day and got to wear our party clothes!
  • We asked to create and write Christmas cards in French
  • We asked for more clubs . . . . . which we are excited about and they start in January as we chose them!
  • Raisied lots of money on Red Nose Day through selling hot chocolate, decorating cookies and a fun filled cinema night with popcorn
  • Asked for another session on skateboards as it was sooooooo much fun
  • Jumble Sale

Some of their achievements in 2013-2014 included:

Participation when choosing new playground toys

Participation when choosing new library books

Input into which clubs should run after school

Suggesting and setting up the use of the village hall when the weather is bad

Changing of behaviour rules

Redecoration of the toilets

Events including Children in Need, Sport Relief, Christmas Spirit Week

"School Council are a group of children that try to make the school a better, happier and fun place.  There is one member from each year group yrs2-6.  We discuss what can be changed every two weeks and our current school council is great! 

We are happy to take suggestions from anybody, so don't be scared to give us one!"

by Year 6, Chair of School Council