School Council

  • The school council at West View Primary School is the voice of the children. They strive to make a difference within school and throughout the community.  Each year, new children are given the opportunity to be nominated for a place on the school council. In true democratic style, members are voted for by their peers, and must prove themselves to be a reliable representative for their class and for the school.  The school council is made up of 2 representatives from each year group, 1 female and 1 male. During their meetings, the council bring forward any matters that may have arisen throughout the school and discuss potential projects for the future.

    List of school councillors

    Y1 Ava Leigh and Romeo

    Y2 Declan and Leigha

    Y3 Mollie and Charlie

    Y4 Kira and Lennon

    Y5 Rhys and Leah

    Y6 Karlie and Cameron

    Children in Need

    Children in Need was organised by our School Councillors this year. On Friday 18th November, children came dressed in spotty clothing and non-uniform, bought cakes and bracelets, competed in a penalty shoot-out, and took part in a Lip Sync Battle. We raised a fantastic £360. Well done everyone, and thank you for your kind donations.

     

  • Takeover Day

    On Friday 30th November West View Primary marked the annual ‘Children’s Commissioner’s Take Over Day’. Some of our School Council children got to spend the morning with the Mayor discussing recycling. Children throughout the rest of the school took part by ‘taking over’ various areas of the school. Children delivered parts of lessons, helped in the school office, read stories to younger children and helped Mrs Jarvis, Mrs Todd and Mrs Haylock with their jobs.