Role of the Cupernham Junior School Council
The School Council helps us all work together to address issues within school. It is used to gain feedback from the children as well as help the children be part of aspects of our school life. They also support with key events for example children in need, and with the whole school identify the charities that we will be supporting each year. There is a school councillor for each class.
School Councillors are voted in by their class after having made a speech.
These are the things the School Council rep needs to do:
• Be confident in talking to their class and in our meetings
• Gather and share opinions and ideas from their class
• Be helpful and proactive with making the school better and helping other people
• Sharing ideas from the class and make them better, organise events and problem solve
• Welcome visitors and be involved in open mornings
• Report back after each meeting
Meet our School Council Representatives
Year Group Name Class
Year 6 Mollie Panthers
Year 5 Lucy Orangutans
Year 4 Ellie Squirrels
Year 3 Eliza Geckos
School Council Meeting 20th March 2023
Parking outside of the school – joint meeting with Cupernham Infant School Council.
Parking outside of the school -
Leaflets on cars where you shouldn’t park. The school council from the Infant and Junior schools met to judge the entries to the competition.
Winners from Junior school, Arla Davey Year 6, Quinsly Chen Year 6, Bella Orgill-Read Year 4, Lily Marsh Year 3.
- IF YOU CARE...DON’T PARK THERE!
- STOP AND THINK...
YOU SHOULDN’T PARK THERE!
Toy sale for Romsey Young Carers
Please remind classes that they can start to bring in toys. Please bring in any toys that you no longer need, they need to be in good condition. We would like toys, games, action figures/dolls, soft toys, balls, Frisbees, construction including lego, jigsaws and puzzles, video games etc.. At lunchtime start to bring down any toys that have been brought in.
Date of Next meeting: Monday 24th April