School Council

WELCOME TO THE SCHOOL COUNCIL

St Luke’s School Council are a hard working team of dedicated children. The School Council are very busy and pride themselves on making a positive impact on their school. We meet regularly and carry out tasks in between meetings.

The School Council is made up of two children from Years 1-6. Class Representatives are elected by the children in each class following a ballot and vote. Children are a Class Representative for one academic year.


 

Meet the School Council (2016/2017)

 

Y6- Erin and Samuel

Y5-Darcy and Matthew

Y4-Simran and Jake

Y3- John, Lukas and Maiya

Y2 – Poppy and Josh

Y1- Niamh and Joe

 

School Council 2017/18

Y6- Moses and Amelia

Y5- Liam and Emily

Y4- Thomas and Emilia

Y3- Poppy and Harvey

Y2 – Poppy and Ben

Y1- Eva and Jacob

 

 

 

 

 

 

SCHOOL COUNCIL 2017 2018

 

This year the school council decided to change the process of application. The application process will now be similar to applying for a job. Last year’s school council members have worked very hard to write a job description and create an application form.
 

To apply to be a class representative please follow the steps below:

  • Read the job description and decide if you should apply.
  • Download and print the application form from the school council area of the website or get from class teacher
  • Complete your application form and submit to class teacher.
  • The applicants will then present to their own class who will vote for two members per class to represent them.


Application Deadline date:


MONDAY 2nd OCTOBER 2017


ALL APPLICATIONS TO BE SUBMITTED BY THIS DATE IF YOU WISH TO BE CONSIDERED FOR A POST.

 

School Council Job Description

 

The job of a school council representative is to listen to ideas brought up in your class.  These can then be brought to School Council meetings to be debated.  The ideas are suggestions to be discussed by the School Council.  Following a council meeting Councillors will report to the class informing their classmates how they can help with initiatives from the Council.

 

 

Charities to supported in School Year 2017/2018

(as chosen by the School Council)

 

 

  • Good Shepherd
  • Opperation Christmas Child
  • Frodsham Foodbank
  • The Poppy Appeal
  • Claire's House
  • Cafod
  • Mini Vinnies  
  • Partnership school Nkosiyethu, Nongoma, South Africa

 

Special Days

  • Children in Need - Non-uniform day
  • Christmas Jumper Day (Save the children)
  • Sports Relief
  • Odd socks day
  • Tins for Harvest celebration

 

CAFOD - Brighten up project for the Harvest.

The school council decided to raise money for this cause and had a 'BRIGHTEN UP non uniform day

 


 

 

 

 

St. Luke's Catholic Primary School, The Willows, Frodsham, Cheshire WA6 7QP

Tel: 01244 981290 | Email: admin@stlukes.cheshire.sch.uk