The school council at Much Woolton Catholic Primary School are the voice of the children. They strive to make a difference within school and throughout the community. Each year, new children are given the opportunity to be nominated for a place on the school council. In true democratic style, members are voted for by their peers, and must prove themselves to be a reliable representative for their class and for the school. The school council is made up of 2 representatives from each year group, usually, 1 female and 1 male. During their meetings, the council bring forward any matters that may have arisen throughout the school and discuss potential projects for the future.
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2018-19 School Council Members @Much Woolton
Finley D, Molly B (Year 6) Connell Mc, Sophie C (Year 5) Theo Mc, Ava O (Year 4)
Kitty B, Erin O (Year 3) Eve, Max (Year 2)
Books to Africa Appeal (February 2019)
At the moment School Council are in the process of sorting books to send to Africa. As we update our school library we have found many books that we no longer need but are in excellent condition. School Councillors discussed the idea of sending these to Africa to benefit the children who are less fortunate than ourselves.
We are in the process of boxing these all up - keep watching for pictures when they get sent off via courier!
School Parking Campaign (Spring term 2019)
The School Council are going to be launching our 'Safe Parking' campaign. The children plan to display new banners around school and promote safer parking to our parents and guardians. They will be collecting registration plates of cars who continually park on the th yellow zig-zag lanes put our childrens safety at risk. They will then be displayed in our newsletter.
School Parliament (January 2019)
Councillors from Years 5 and 6 will visit The Liverpool Town Hall along with councillors from other schools. The children are looking forward to their visit to chambers and being a part of Liverpool's School Parliament. THis takes place on Wednesday 30th January. Then all council members will be attending the Parliament address with the Lord Mayor in Liverpool Hope University on Tuesday 5th February.
Operation Christmas Child (December 2018)
Every Christmas all of our school take part in Operation Christmas Child. This involves us filling a shoebox with gifts for a boy or girl in a different country who would not normally recieve any Christmas presents. This year Mr Chamberlain and Miss Beckwith arranged for the school councillors to visit the warehouse where all of the shoeboxes we had been given were sorted and sent to children around the world. Councillors really enjoyed visiting and were able to come back to our school and tell all of our friends and teachers what happens.
Already, during the Autumn term we have discussed a lot and are looking forward to putting our plans into action throughout the rest of the school year.
We will keep you posted!