Our School Council represents the views of all our pupils. It gives children the opportunity to make their voices heard and feel part of the whole school community. It is made up of three elected representatives from each year group in years 2-6; reception and year 1 class contributions are received in writing from their class teachers. The council meets every fortnight during term time to discuss issues raised at class councils and to give the children an opportunity to share their ideas about proposed improvements to the school. The Council makes a valuable contribution towards the continued success of Cranbourne School.
We've been very busy!
We are working on:
- reducing single-use plastic in school - especially in our packed lunches
- working with Hertfordshire Catering to improve our recycling
- getting more environmentally friendly milk carton packaging in school
- learning about the Great Ormond Street Hospital charity and doing fundraising for them
Great Ormond Street Hospital came to thank us for our fundraising
Meet the new School Council - February 2019
Already this academic year, we've:
- written to the water company to get the leak fixed
- chosen the charity to support for the year
- been looking at ways of reducing the use of plastic at Cranbourne
"The job of the school council is to listen to the quietest people in school" Year 6 school council rep.
Congratulations to the school council for achieving a speakers school council award for their work on healthy eating at playtimes. Well deserved after a lot of hard work.
We have raised over £2000 for the Herts Air Ambulance Service.
'Go Red' Day
The School Council decided to support the Herts and Essex Air Ambulance Service as our school charity this year. All the proceeds from collections from our year group shows go towards this charity. The School Council wanted to do more for this worthwhile charity so they decided to organise a 'Go Red' day on Friday 6th May. They asked everyone in the school to wear something red on this day in return for a small donation.
The new playground toys
February 2016 - Look out for the new playground toys bought by the School Council. Here is the assembly we used to introduce the toys.
The school council reported on the findings of the safety survey to the school during assembly.
How safe is Cranbourne? Very according to year 1 who have completed a safety survey for the school council.
We are very excited to be the new school council reps. We are going to listen to everyone and work really hard to make Cranbourne School even better. We are looking at safety around Cranbourne. Look out for us; we will be asking you lots of questions!
Cranbourne Primary School is 25 years old.
Year 1 voting during Democracy week. Should they wear their school uniform on their school trip?
How should our country be ruled?
We learnt how the School Council works at John Warner School
We learnt how to be an effective school council rep with Asher.
The history of Parliament. 900 years in 50 minutes!
We are very pleased because we received an award! We have been given a highly commended award from the speaker of the House of Commons because we did such a good job choosing scooter pods for our school. We hope that more people will scoot and cycle to school. It is good for the environment, it is healthy and it is lots of fun!
The School Council have been working hard deciding how to spend their budget. Look out for exciting new reading areas appearing in the classrooms and new toys in the playground.
Our new playground toys in action!
Our School Council Assembly sharing with the school how we spent our budget
We wrote to Mrs Semark to explain what all the children would like to spend the school council budget on.
We raised a lot of money for Cancer Charities - £775!
As we chose Cancer Research as our school charity for this year we are really pleased to support Cancer Awareness Day on the 4th February. Everybody wear red please!
The School Council chose and bought new scooter pods
The School Council recieved compost and seeds from Van Hage
The School Council wrote a letter to Van Hage telling them about our new school garden.