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HILLBOROUGH

JUNIOR SCHOOL

School Council

This year our school council has 12 members. Each class has elected a representative.

The school council meet regularly with Ms Patis to discuss any issues that may have arisen and and make suggestions about ways forward. They are responsible for implementing the ideas and improvements that have been agreed.

Our New School Council

School Council Hillborough

Meet our new School Council members! The School Council includes a member of each class who get together regularly to have meetings and discuss important issues to do with the school. The Councillors feed back to their class and take their ideas to each meeting. They will also be asked to feedback to members of the Senior Leadership Team so that we can all work together to make our school a better place.


SCHOOL COUNCIL ASSEMBLY ON PLAYGROUND BEHAVIOUR

On Monday 22nd May, some of the children from the School Council delivered an assembly to the rest of the school around the School Playground. The children talked about behaviour and activities on the playground and explained that they would be working on a project to see how they could improve behaviour and also the general playground environment. The children were very brave standing up in front of the whole school, with the support of Mr Hill, and we hope they will be able to do a follow up assembly soon.


School Council visit Stockwood Park Discovery Centre

The children from the School Council have taken part in a visit to Stockwood Park Discovery Centre where they met the School Council from Cunningham Hill School in St Albans. We will be linking with them al year and it is a great opportunity to learn about each other and to come up with new ideas for our schools together. The children had a lovely time exploring the Discovery Centre and working together. They are all very much looking forward to their next meeting in the new year.


School Council raise money for Children In Need

On Friday 18th November, the children in the School Council held a cake sale in aid of Children In Need. However, this wasn't all that they did to raise money for the charity. All week the children held different activities and games for the school to take part in and have managed to raise a huge amount for children just like them across the country. Well done to them all. We are very proud of you.


School Council visit the Luton Foodbank

On Wednesday 12th October, the School Council went to visit the Luton Foodbank. They took the Harvest donations to the Foodbank warehouse and had a tour of the facility. The children are going to report back to their classes about what will happen to their donations and how the charity works.


School Council helping raise money for Children In Need

On Friday 13th November, the school council helped raise lots of money for Children In Need. The whole school came in in non-uniform and donated £1 to the worthy cause, and then the School Council members ran some games and activities in the hall at break time to raise even more money! Well done to all of the children and also thank you to the parents for helping us raise money for this fantastic charity.

School Council 2015


Healthy Tuck Shop

Some of the children in year 4 have been helping to run a Healthy Tuck Shop which was set up by the upper school last year. The children sell fruit, vegetables and healthy snacks to the pupils at break time to encourage them to eat healthy foods. Remember to bring in healthy snacks to school as part of your lunch as well!


School Council Award!

We were invited by the Rt Hon John Bercow to enter the Speaker's School Council Awards. The School Council decided to enter, with the fruit tuck shop initiative as their project. They worked as an impressive team to set up and run the tuck shop, encouraging all members of our school community to, 'Get on the way to 5 a day'.

The judges were impressed and we received a highly commended accolade and boast another badge to display on our website.

Highly commended badge 2015


School Council Pupils in Harmony

Our School Council children have always been actively involved with other schools and we have also been hosts and showed other school councils around our school. One event we took part in was "Pupils in Harmony" which involved the School Councils from 4 different schools getting together as part of a Schools Linking Day. We worked together to create a big piece of art work that we then each took a part of back to our own schools to keep on display. When the four pieces are joined together they create an image that includes the Luton in Harmony badge, logos from the Queen's Diamond Jubilee and also the four School badges from those that participated. We had a great time and we hope to make the event a regular thing.

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Anti Bullying Competition

Well done to everyone that entered the Internet Matters anti bullying competition to help stop bullying one song at a time.
Pupils were asked to compose and perform a song about cyberbullying. Some of our entries can be seen here.