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At Hollydale we are incredibly proud of our school council!

The council is elected each year and consists of two representatives from Year 3 to Year 6. Our aim is to work together with each other, with our classmates and teachers and with the governors and parents to make our school the best it can be!

 

School Council meet fortnightly to shares ideas on how we can improve the school and to take the lead on a range of events and campaigns across the school.

 

What kind of person makes a good school councillor?

 

• Approachable

 

• Good listener – everyone in the class has to feel comfortable talking to you

 

• Organised – it will be your responsibility to make sure meetings happen in your class on a regular basis

 

• Assertive – the opinions of your class are just as important as everyone else’s

 

• Efficient – class discussions must cover a lot of issues in a short space of time

 

• Fair – everyone has the right to express a point of view

 

• Good communicator – you need to be able to work with staff and students from across the school, and also visitors to the school might want to talk to you.


If you have any suggestions that you would like to be considered by School Council please speak to your Class Representative listed below.

 

Cedar Class- Year 3 - Jeremiah Tuitt Urhiewu, Alexia Dobre

 

Chestnut Class- Year 3/4- Alpha Jakiteh, Isabella Tabatabai

 

Birch Class- Year 4- Gurveer Singh, K’Andre Rochester

 

Hazel Class- Year 5- Mariam Laoye, Tomi Obilana

 

Maple Class- Year 5- Alexis Huaman, Elizabeth Bennett

 

Willow Class- Year 6- Jevaughn Rowe, Riyan Osman

Hollydale Primary School - The School Council Team Podcast

Hollydale's School Council host their first ever podcast! Press play to get the inside scoop from the team as they carry out interviews, reports & more!

School Council Podcast

Friday 22nd May 2015 - Cake Sale organised by School Council for Playground Equipment

Friday 5th February - Number Day - Dressing up as digits to help fundraise for the NSPCC

Hollydale Numbers Day 2016.m4v

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