The School Council meet regularly to discuss matters put forward to them by their classmates.

Recently, the council have been focusing on healthy eating, and have met with Mr McLay to discuss healthy snacks and packed lunches. They plan to set up a healthy tuck shop and will be doing an assembly all about healthy eating.

The School Council also decides which charities the school will support each year. In the past we have raised money for many different causes, including the Oxfam Yemen Appeal, BBC Children in Need and Comic Relief, Sport Relief, Macmillan and East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH).

This year the School Council have begun by supporting Genetic Disorders UK. On 20th September 2018, children and staff wore their jeans to school to raise money for Genetic Disorders UK, who aim to transform the lives of children with genetic disorders. We raised £267.12 – thank you!


 Jeans for Genes





Who are the School Council?
The School Council is made up of elected officials from Key Stage 2. This year’s officials are:

Ollie, Olivia and Mayra in Year 6

Nimra and Deon in Year 5

Lottie and Surya in Year 4

Monika and Grace in Year 3

Achievement Board

Jeans for Genes Day 2019

Total raised: £312.86

Jeans for Genes Day 2018

Total raised: £267.12

East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) 2018

Total raised: £567.00

Sport Relief 2018

Total raised: £1,585.83

Children in Need 2017

Total raised: £1,222.00

Macmillan Coffee Morning 2017

Total raised: £750.33

Oxfam Yemen Appeal 2017

Total raised: £731.60