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School Council

The school council are the ‘pupil voice’ of the school.

They meet once a fortnight during assembly time and each class has a representative to bring any ideas for change that their class have suggested.
For example, the school council gathered activities and ideas from pupils for the 'Beacon Breakout', they came up with questions and were involved in the Headteacher interviews and they will also be helping to organise fundraising events at the school, Previously the School Councl have organised a School Boot Sale and Christmas Craft Fair supporting local charities.

The younger members of the school council will be fully supported by Señorita Louise and the other children in the group.

Los embajadores de Español

The Spanish ambassadors meet weekly to discuss and implement strategies to encourage Spanish around the school. 

Spanish Ambassadors are elected by each class in September and work with Señorita Melanie to help promote Spanish around the school, encouraging children and staff to speak Spanish. 

The Spanish Ambassadors participate in activities such as leading the singing of Spanish songs in Spanish assemblies and supporting teachers with Spanish activities in class. Spanish Ambassadors also encourage children in their classes and select one child every week to reward them with a sticker for making an extra effort in speaking Spanish around the school.

Eco council

The Eco-council supports the whole school in developing their knowledge and environmental awareness. The committee are made up of children from each class from Year 1 up until Year 6.

The children will meet regularly to discuss various key topics such as: marine, biodiversity, energy, litter, waste, water, school grounds, healthy living, transport, and global citizenship. The children will choose three key areas that as a school we will focus on.

We hope to gain a Bronze award for the school next year, so watch this space!

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