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School Council

Our vision is for all children at South Camberley Primary and Nursery School to be able to have a voice and contribute towards the continuous improvement of our school community.  

The School Council is a body of students elected by their peers who represent the views of all pupils, giving them the opportunity to make their voices heard and feel part of the whole school community. It is made up of 2 representatives from each class in Years 1-6 who discuss matters about their learning, school life and fundraise for a local and national charity throughout the year.  

The role of each School Councillor is to listen to the views of their class and represent any ideas during our weekly virtual school council meetings, and to then feedback key issues from these meetings to their class.  The School Council will regularly share news and information about new initiatives and the important things we achieve. Together we can help our school to continue to grow and succeed, striving for excellence.  

Impact:

Over the past year school council have worked hard to spread positivity and support their peers regardless of whether we were in school or learning remotely.

During lockdown, school council ran the "Purple Hearts Competition" where families in our community displayed purple hearts in their windows to symbolise strength in the community. School Council have also worked hard on making our school more environmentally friendly, we have had Green Peace hold a virtual assembly and have got plans to get compost bins, make recycling posters, and assign roles as little pickers.

The School Council is also committed to supporting their peers, they work relentlessly to ensure that their classmates feel heard and consistently share their ideas and feedback in our fortnightly meetings so that they can make changes to better our school environment.