What is Margaret Wix School Council?
At Margaret Wix we have an elected School Council. Each class elects two children every term to be their class representative. The representatives are there to be the voices of the class and attend School Council meetings.
The School Council meets twice every half term and discusses ideas for improving the school. They also try to raise money for good causes.
If you are a member of Margaret Wix Primary School and you have an idea that you would like the School Council to discuss; then write it on a post-it note and put it it on the display outside Mr Johnston's office.
The school council representatives for each class are:
Moonbeams: Mustafa and Isabelle
Emperors: Morgan and Esme
Tortoiseshells: George and Eleanor
Cardinals: George and Abigail
Admirals: Joshua and Imogen
Graylings: Neiv and Layla
Monarchs: Henna and Frankie
Here are some of the suggestions have been made on the School Council display:
'Some more awards that you can earn while your at school.'
'Gymnastics competitions against other schools.'
'More sports; rugby, basketball and tennis.'
'Things to do in wet play.'
'New basketball hoops.'
School Council Meeting: 6th November 2017
- Ideas for games and activities during wet play.
- Different school awards.
- Should the school enter into gymnastics competitions?
- Other sport competitions?
Here are the ideas that we discussed in today's meeting -
Games and activities during wet play
School Council Meeting: 5th February
Well done for first school council meeting last term. All school improvement ideas, which were discussed in the last meeting, were shared with Mr Johnston.
Have you noticed any changes in school since our last meeting? Which of these changes have you liked/disliked?
Negative parts of the Behaviour chart are not being used anymore. The children like this and feel more motivated with the rewards they can receive instead. The children all agreed that they like the addition of the golden paw prints and postcards home. Most classes have table points and the children all agreed that this has a positive impact on the class as they want to win for their table and receive the different rewards on offer.
Year 3 enjoyed their most improved attendance prize. They were a little upset that they couldn’t have white bread but understood the healthier benefits of eating brown bread.
Everyone was very impressed with the basketball/netball equipment being added to the playground.
Are there anymore improvements that you think we can make to the school?
A school raincoat/hoodie
A school sleep-over
More space available in clubs
More table points awarded
The school council members are going to speak to each of their classes about getting children to add any ideas to improve the school, to be addressed at the next school council meeting.
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