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Remembrance Day 2017

Student Council 2017/2018

 

Year 3 

Ethan Jackson

Leah Atkinson

 

Year 3/4

Bruno Maslanka

Macy Singleton-Martins

 

Year 4

Lily Roach

Aahil Chugtai

 

Year 5 

Stephen Geraghty

Grace Pownall

 

Year 6

Ruby Ellithorn

Malachai McDowell

Cole Gardner

Kasey Stone

Student Council 2016/2017

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The School Councillors have been very busy this term already! Throughout this week we have sold poppies and other poppy related items around school to raise money for the Royal British Legion, to remember the soldiers of the past and present. We went to every class and would like to thank all of the children and parents who have donated to this fantastic charity.

We will keep updating you with all of our other responsibilities within school!

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Student Council

Yr 1/2

Oliwia Matera

Eman Muquddas

Yr 2

Aciea Rigby

Fatima Siddik

Yr 3

Aroon Hama

Julia Lebioda

Yr 3/4

Calvin Charles

Asia Fisher

Yr 4

Lewis Hampson

Weronika Kaminska

Yr 5

Ruby Ellithorn

Malachai McDowell

Yr 5/6

Cole Gardner  

Kasey Stone

Yr 6

Lexie Stranack

Julia Nedza

Abby Elwell

Ellie-Mai Hampson

The children are very excited to announce the creation of the St Joseph's School Council this year. 

 

Year 6 have had their first experience of voting in an election. Eight brave students worked hard to write and present their manifestos to the rest of the year group who voted for their favourite candidates. The children chosen to represent Year 6 are; Ellie-Mai Hampson, Abby Elwell, Julia Nedza and Lexie Stranack. 

 

On Tuesday afternoon the rest of the school  were given the opportunity to vote for their new School Council members. Pupils enjoyed being able to post their secret ballots in the boxes and we eagerly await the results in Friday's assembly!

Being a member of the School Council is extremely prestigious and has proved very popular at St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School.

The pupils take the role very seriously and we annually ask the children to write and deliver make a speech to demonstrate their worthiness for this role. Each class then votes for two representatives to be on the School Council.

The School Council meets regularly and there is an agenda and minutes are taken. The notice board outside the school hall shows these and the School Council’s many activities.

We greatly value all their views and the children in their classes voted democratically for these children to be their representatives. The School Council at St Joseph’s are also part of the Children's Parliament for Lancashire and Preston’s School Council.

This year the school council have been tasked to look at improving:-

  • Physical Activity
  • Emotional Health and Well Being
  • Ethos
  • Community and partners.

They have also created their own School Council logo which is shown on this page. 

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