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School Council

South Bank Primary School Council

In our School Council we have two children from each KS2 class who represent the children in their class. We have regular meetings where we bring forward any issues and ideas the children have about our school. A discussion is had and any decision is then sent on a request slip to Miss Cooper. Minutes are taken from each meeting and shared in classes.


This years representatives are:

Support Base 3 – Susie & James

Year 3 – Esme & Tommy

Year 4 – Tiana & Brandon

Year 5 – Elissa & Connor

Year 6 – Grace & Lewis


Over the years School Council have organised lots of fundraising events.  They have helped to  raise money for Children in Need and Sport Relief and also organised events for World Book Day.

Topics to be discussed during the academic year include:

Healthy Packed Lunches / Healthy lifestyle  

Ideas for our making our school better

Children in Need  –   16th  November  2018 we raised £206

World Book Day  – designed a book cover and brought in our favourite book to share with other children

Red Nose Day –  Friday 15th March 2019  – non uniform day – dress colourful   Raised £202 





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