“A friendly, creative environment for learning together”

School Council

”School Council gives our children a voice in the development of Stannington Infant School and the local community. Children are elected annually and the council has two representatives from each Y1 and Y2 class. School Council meetings are held regularly, usually twice each half term with Mrs Everitt.

We believe that the School Council encourages children to understand and value the ideals of democracy and citizenship. Each year our council makes links with other local schools, which can include joint projects, visiting each school and sharing the best ideas. We enjoy working together on group projects each year.

Here are our School Council representatives:

Year 1  Class 3

Rory – ‘I like to help people.’

Fearne – ‘I want to do a job in school.’

Year 1 Class 4

Jack – ‘I want to make the school yard better.’

Alyssa- ‘I like to help make decisions.’

Year 2 Class 5

Joshua – ‘I like to help make things better.’

Finley – ‘I like to help make decisions.’

Year 2 Class 6

Frances – ‘I have good ideas to share’.

Lyla – ‘I like meeting and speaking to other children.’

 

Oughtibridge Gala

Oughtibridge Gala

School Council children loved singing at the Oughtibridge Gala! They have been practising the songs in school with Mrs Grayson and enjoyed singing with other school council children from our family of schools. The schools involved were Wharncliffe Side Primary School,...

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Children in Need

Children in Need

School Council children decided to have a bun sale to raise money for Children in Need. We had fun setting up the stalls and enjoyed selling all our buns and cakes to raise money. Children wore spots on dress up day and donated a pound.  

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Summer 2018

Summer 2018

Year 2 School Council children were invited to take part in a World Cup theme, family of schools meeting. The children chose France from group C to research. They made a power point to present at the meeting. It was great to see the children working collaboratively...

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