St Joseph & St Teresa’s School Council is run by the children for the benefit of all children with Mrs Cullen as the link support.
Each class elects 2 representatives in the first half term of the new school year. One pupil from Y5 serves for 2 years as a peer mentor to new councillors.
Regular class council meetings take place and the ideas and suggestions are shared and discussed at the school council meetings. Minutes are recorded and shared with Pupils, Headteacher, Staff and Governors.
- Federation School Council meeting July 18
- Results from the Anti-bullying and E-safety questionnaire
- Read our child friendly Anti Bullying Policy created by school council
- Look at our PowerPoint assembly for Anti bullying Week 17th – 21st November 2014 on the AB display.
- Information given about the ‘Calming Crusaders’ group and the Worry Box.
- Read through our guidelines on e-safety/social media use, created by the pupils.
- Read through our Anti Bullying Leaflet
Click on the links below for the minutes from the school council meetings:
National Anti-bullying Week 2617
Click here to see our Anti-Bullying Week power point 2017
Anti-Bullying Charter Mark – Silver Award
We did it!
The School Council (Anti Bullying Ambassadors) are delighted to announce that we have been awarded the Silver Award for the Anti-Bullying Charter Mark.
This award recognises the school’s successful promotion and outstanding contribution and commitment towards Anti-Bullying in 2016/17.
St George’s Ambassadors, Mr Carroll and Mrs Cullen will be attending an awards ceremony at Castle Park Rugby Club in Armthorpe in November 2017.
Well done to all past and present school councillors (Anti-Bullying Ambassadors) who contributed to achieving this award.
Next year we will be gathering evidence and working towards the Gold Award. Together Everyone Achieves More (TEAM).
School Councillors for 2018/19
Below are our elected
School Councilors for 2018/19.
Well done to you all!
School councilors try out the new makings on the playground!
The markings were selected by the councilors to improve the outside learning environment, develop social play and interaction and make playtime's more fun!
Good feedback has been given by the children, who are enjoying the new facilities, especially the hopscotch and scooter and circuit trails.