Kneesall C of E
Together We Achieve
Our vision is for all children at Kneesall C of E Primary School to be able to have a voice and contribute towards the continuous improvement of our school community.
The School Council is group of pupils elected by their peers in a formal election setting. These pupils represent the views of all the pupils and consider ways to enhance their school. The School Council is made up of representations from each class who discuss matters about their learning and school life and liaise with the Senior Leadership Team and Governors of the school.
The aim of the School Council is to involve pupils in helping to create and implement school policies and procedures that will benefit everyone in the school family. This is achieved through fostering a strong pupil voice, enabling children to play an active role in making their school a better place for all, and through upholding our Christian values: Believe Achieve Flourish.
Believe in yourself, your faith and others
And Jesus said to him, “If you can! All things are possible for one who believes.” Mark 9:23
Achieve your goals, your dreams and your future
But as for you, be strong and do not give up, for your work will be rewarded. 2 Chronicles 15:7
Flourish through your faith, the love and kindness of others, your values and your love of learning
The righteous shall flourish like the palm tree: he shall grow like a cedar in Lebanon. Psalm 92:12
The School Council meet with Mrs Wass regularly throughout each half term. The Chair (Eliza) and Vice Chair (Myles) of the School Council are responsible for setting the agenda, running the meeting and keeping the minutes.
February 2023 House names have been chosen for three houses. Each year group will have children from each of the three houses. House names will be announced soon!
January 2023 - School council addressed the whole school to find out if a house system with inter-house competitions is wanted. The school voted yes and so suggestions for names of four houses and colours should be submitted to the suggestion box in the hall by Wednesday 8th February. The school council will vote for their preferred house names and colours.
November 2022 - School council are introducing Anti-bullying week with Odd Socks day followed by a whole school assembly to discuss bullying and how to reach out.
October 2022 - The school council has worked together to compile interview questions for prospective candidates for the Headteacher role. Four school council representatives sat on the pupil interview panel to ask their interview questions and were fantastic ambassadors for Kneesall. Well done school council!
September 2022 - School Council representatives are elected in Classes through a formal election setting. Congratulations to this year's representatives.
Things School Council have been previously involved in:
The meetings are always interesting and show well the school motto of “Together We Achieve”