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School Council

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Welcome to our School Council page!

 

Our School Council is made up of children from each class. Our older councillors help with organising and running the School Council.

We held elections at the start of the year within our classes. This gave everyone that thought they would make a good School Council representative a fair chance of being elected and voted for by our classmates. The chosen representatives attend weekly meetings. 

 

The chosen councillors for this year are:

 

Year 1

Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Year 6

Oak

Elsie and Max

Seal

Laila and Mylo

Buzzard

Jacob and Cruz

Badger

Chloe and Leon

Vixen Tor

 

Cotehele

Hamish and Lottie

Cherry

Tom and Olivia

Seahorse

Lottie and Ethan

Heron

Alayna and Steven

Fox

Ava and Harry

Burrator

Brooke and

Buckland

 

Willow

Freya and William

Shark

Abigail and Louis

Skylark

Lasya and

Otter

Lacie and Harvey

Brentor

Lily and Tristan

Saltram

Harrison and Daniel

 

What we think...

 

“As a school councillor, I hope to be able to raise the voices of people within the school and also outside in the wider community.”

Keira - Cotehele

 

“If anyone has any worries or problems, we are here to help.”

Caitlin - Skylark

 

“As a School Councillor, I would like to demonstrate high standards to younger children across the school and

how great Widey Court can be!”

Issie - Cotehele

 

“I would like to make the school a better place!”

Ava - Buzzard

 

 “I would like to help people to be happy and enjoy our school.”

Leo - Shark

 

“As a School Councillor I will always be willing to help and do my best to improve the school

based on the opinions of my peers.”

Sonny - Brentor

 

MAT Council

 

Last year’s primary focus was to create a learning passport for every child based on the National Trust’s 50 things to do before you are 11 ¾. Each school within the Connect academy was tasked with a particular year group to focus on. Widey's School Council worked hard to create pages for Year 2 for the passport which is both engaging and user friendly. 

 

This year, we are working on giving our opinions on our exciting MAT Ocean Curriculum that is currently being developed. Our first job was to ask our peers 'what does the ocean mean to you?'. We have had some very interesting responses! 

Fundraising

 

One of our first jobs as School Council was to research charities that we would like to do some fundraising for over the year. We thought it would be a good idea to think of charities that are important to us and that impact the local community. We came up with a long list and then held a vote for which charity we would like to choose. 

 

This year, we have decided that our chosen charity will be Plymouth and Cornwall Cancer Fund. This is a very important charity to us as a school and we are excited to raise some money over the year. We have lots of fundraising ideas!

 

 

https://www.plymouthandcornwallcancerfund.org.uk/

 

We are looking forward to working with the charity, finding out more about their work and

raising some money for them.

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