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St Anne's Catholic Primary School, a Voluntary Academy

School Council

Here are the members of St Anne's School Council 2021 - 22

Our role is so important here at St Anne's, we need to set the best example of behaviour for the rest of the school. At the start of this half term, we have read and signed a School Council contract

What have the School Council been up to this half term?

Before each meeting we have an 'agenda'. Click on the links below for more details.

W/c 20th September 2021

29th September 2021

11th October 2021

Following this meeting in October, the School Council introduced the new behaviour rules to the school in a whole school worship. Click here to see our updated behaviour rules.

On Thursday 21st October 2021, we took part in a 'Keighley Clean Up' project. Representatives of the School Council joined forces with other local schools, volunteers and the police to litter pick for one hour. We were stopped and praised by members of the public and shop owners as we walked along North Street. Well done School Council!

On 18th November, we organised and held a bun sale for Children in Need, which was a huge, tasty success!

On 25th January, we were asked by the kitchen staff to taste some food for the new menu. We thoroughly enjoyed the responsibility of this task and gave some honest feedback. 

On Tuesday 8th February, we did a learning walk around school. We were focusing on what makes our classrooms great. The walk started in Early Years and we visited every classroom up to Year 6. We had to discuss and record what we could hear, see and feel which made us think that the classroom was great and that 'great' learning was taking place.

We discussed our opinions and over the next couple of weeks, recorded our feedback (see below). These videos and feedback were shared at a staff meeting by Mrs Atkinson. The teachers were pleased with the findings. To read our feedback, please click here.

Following the meeting above, we met in the library. Whilst some members of the School Council were researching playground equipment, others were helping to tidy the books as well as collecting more to be scanned into our new library system. 

If you have an idea or an issue which you would like to highlight, please speak to your class School Council members and ask them to write it in their book to bring to the next School Council meeting.