About

About our School Council

St Levan School Council are a democratically elected group of children from across classes 1 and 2 who meet at least twice a month to discuss and implement ideas pupils have about their school and the wider community. Each child has a key role to ensure the smooth running of the council and through meetings, develop their skills with guidance from teachers and staff.

 

Most recently our council organised a fundraising event to support Children in Need. They arranged a spotty pyjama day and a cake sale and were very successful, raising over £80 (no small sum for a small school!) for a fantastic charity.

 

They are now turning their attention to:

  •          Improving outdoor opportunities in the local community playing field above our school -with a trim trail to use in and out of school time.
  •          Improving our school site environment by planting and growing a range of healthy snacks - blueberries, tomatoes... 
  •          Working with the wider school community to decide which equipment should be out on each day and how to organize resources so everything is easily accessible. This is something many children feel is very important to them. Developing 'Golden Leaders' to lead games and activities
 
The children take on their roles with great enthusiasm and professionalism and we are immensely proud of the work they do!