School Council

Stamford Green's School Council (SGSC) is overseen by Mrs Willliams and they usually meet on a weekly basis. There is a representative from every class in Years 1 to 6.  Previous councilors help to train new councilors.  The meetings are run by the Chair, Vice-chair and Secretary (Year 6).  They discuss any matters of suggestions from classes and find ways in which to help.

School Council gives the children an opportunity have their voices heard and feel part of the school community. To be a school councillor, the children need to have certain skills such as being a good-listener, being non-biased and being a good role model. These qualities help us to achieve realistic goals. The representatives often have to feedback to their class mates what we have discussed and sometimes have to ask for opinions and ideas for the different decisions that they play such an important part in making. They have to bring suggestions (sensible ones!) from their class to the meeting.

Each half term the School Council runs a Generations Coffee Morning for retired local residents and grandparents. SGSC serve refreshments and it's a great opportunity to share experiences across the generations.

The SGSC has a termly meeting with Mrs Druce to discuss school matters. Just recently the SGSC were involved in the reinstatement of the trim trail.

Please have a look at our notice board if you are in and around school.

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