At Pimlico Primary we have a School Council to increase student voice: we always want to listen to what our children have to say.
What is a School Council?
A school council is a group of pupils who get together to represent all pupil’s views on school related issues.
What does Pimlico Primary’s school council look like?
Pimlico Primary’s School Council consists of two students per year group (from Year 1 upwards) who get together to discuss affairs and to achieve change in school. School council meetings will be held twice a half term.
Congratulations to our elected school council representatives for 2019-2020.
Year 1: Malek and Aseel
Year 2: Dary-Leigh and Danny
Year 3: Simon and Lusanda
Year 4: Takezo and Fatima
Year 5: Zaire and Mohamed
Year 6: Mahdi and Lamees
Our award-winning badge was designed by Nawaf (Year 1).
It symbolises our school council values.
Every classroom has been equipped with a school council ‘suggestion box’. All pupils are encouraged to write down their suggestions and place it in their box. Suggestions are taken seriously and read and discussed during school council meetings.
School Council Values
We are responsible for change in our school. We will represent the viewpoints of our peers.
We are mature and trustworthy. We will speak on behalf of our peers. Others can depend on us to make the necessary changes to our school.
We respect the views of others. We value diversity.
We work together to achieve change at our school.