The School Council is elected at the beginning of each school year (Mid October). There are generally two representatives from each class in year 2, 3 and 4. Every child is encouraged to stand for election to the Council. Prospective candidates make a short presentation to the class and then a secret ballot is held. The boy or girl with the most votes in each class becomes a councillor for the next year.
The newly elected School Council introduces itself to the rest of the school during an assembly, when they are presented with their badges. All pupils are encouraged to put forward their suggestions and ideas to the school council either by speaking to the councillors or by using the suggestions box.
The role of School Council is:
Additionally, we have an International sponsor child called Micah; Micah very often sends correspondence to the children and sometimes the School Council reply on behalf of the school. You can see more about Micah here : International Sponsorship
In October a new School Council was announced during the school assembly. Two members from each class were chosen. They were presented with their school councillor badges and a booklet on how to be a good councillor. Good luck to the new team.
This year Toddington St George packed 103 shoe boxes
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