Our School Council is made up of pupils who are elected to represent the views of all pupils and to improve their school.
Who We Are
What We Do
Each year, every class will elect 2 representatives a boy and a girl to be members of the School Council.
The council will then meet to elect officers such as:
We are a good School Council because we listen to and represent the views of our class and we get things done. We learn how to present an argument and bring about change to improve the school.
- We have regular meetings – every Tuesday morning
- We regularly report back to our class and collect their and suggestions
- We look at democracy in action when we visit City Hall.
Make A Difference
We don’t just talk we get things done.
- We think of others and run successful fund raising campaigns for charities including: Sport Relief; Children in Need and Comic Relief.
- In recent years, The School Council entered the Speaker’s School Council Award, the national competition Lights, Camera, Parliament which was based on law making in the UK and has arranged for guest speakers to learn about democracy and government including our local MP, Right Honourable Iain Duncan Smith. We are always looking at ways to represent our school in the wider world.
- We successfully created and run a healthy tuckshop every Friday break time.
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I wanted to be a School Councillor because I want to make my classmates ideas to turn to a reality to make the school a better place. I am looking forward to making the school a better environment. I want to restart the tuck shop to use money from the tuck shop to give to charity.
I wanted to be a School Councillor because I have been at Churchfields for two years, now it’s my third, and I want to give back. Also, I want to restart a tuck shop for children who do not have snacks. Furthermore, a better school for lots of generations to come.
I want to be a School Councillor to help this school be a better place for people to learn and be happy to speak up and help others if they’re hurt physically and emotionally, to restart the tuck shop and to help others with their learning.
I wanted to be School Councillor because I would like to try to make the school more environmentally friendly and let children in the school be heard. I would also want to try to change the school in a better way such as add bigger portions and options of school lunches. Another thing I would try to do in school council would be starting the tuck shop up again and also the charities if I am able to.
I’ve always wondered what it’s like to be a School Councillor. I’ve always wanted to prove myself and the school. Now I can. I will use this high role not just to help myself but the whole school. I want to be a School Councilor because I want to help and improve the school.
I wanted to be a School Councillor because I want to help run the tuck shop and I want to help with fundraisers. I also want to visit the City Hall and make the school enjoyable for everybody.
I wanted to be School Councillor because I want there to be help make decisions and also because I want to bring back the tuck shop back but a healthy shop.
I wanted to be a School Councillor because you get to vote on what we should have more of – like football goals and basketball goals.
I want to be a School Councillor so I can make the school a better place, and so I can learn about City Hall.
I wanted to be a School Councillor because I want to make the school a better place. I also want to help everyone when they need it.
I want to be a School Councillor because I want to improve and help the school re-open the tuck shop and raise money to buy better things.
I want to be a School Councillor because I want to make the school a better place (and I want to go on a school trip).
I want to be a School Councillor because I want to take part in everything Churchfields has to offer. I look forward to visiting City Hall. I would also like to see a smile on everyone’s faces as they come in school and make the school a better place to be.
I wanted to be a member of the School Council because I wanted my classmates’ ideas to become true. Furthermore, I want to make people enjoy school more by making changes in the way Churchfields Junior School is run. I would like to learn more about government and parliament. Finally, I am excited about the extra trip to City Hall.
I wanted to be a school councillor because I want to make my ideas go around the school, have fun activities such as fundraising, listen to classmates’ ideas, and go on an extra trip. Also, start charities and a tuck shop to sell crisps and fruit juice.
I want to be School Councillor because I want to fix things that are broken and make ideas come true like more ping pong balls, more themed lunches or even have special events over the years.
I wanted to be a School Councillor because I want to make sure everyone can have a voice and understand what’s happening around the school. I’m also excited to go on the City Hall trip. I would really like it if we could restart the tuck shop.
I wanted to be in the School Council because when I was in year 3 and 4, I tried and failed to get in. Now, I am in Year 5 and I have got in. There are a lot of people in the school and I think all of their voices should be heard.
I want to be a School Councillor because I want to make the school a better place by helping others make more decisions around and make the school have much more happiness and joy spread around our school.
I wanted to be in the School Council because I want to help other people. Also, because I want to make sure everybody’s opinions are heard. I am looking forward to visit City Hall and I would like the tuck shop to re-open.
I wanted to be a School Councillor because I wanted to make Churchfields Junior a better place and to make Year 3, 4 and 5 a better place to be. I also want to help make more plants grow.
I want to be a School Councillor because I want the school to be a better place. Also, I want to be a good friend and I would like to run the tuck shop again.
I wanted to be a School Councillor because I am really kind and I really want to make the school a better place and to restart the tuck shop.
I wanted to be a School Councillor because I want to make the school a better place and do more fun things like adding more school trips.
I wanted to be a School Councillor because I want to improve the school. I am excited about learning new things about politics.
I want to be a School Councillor because I want to give more money for the school and so people can be in a better place.
I wanted to be a School Councillor because I want to help make the school a better place and share my ideas.
Help the School Council raise money. I want to learn about rockets and sky scrapers and electricity, and I want to help solve their problems.