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All about Our School Council

KS1 School Council

KS1 school council are a wonderful group of year 1 and year 2 students who are excited about being selected as school councillors this year. They have already come up with a selection of different ideas that they cannot wait to discuss at the next school council meeting. The school councillors act as a voice for all of the children in KS1 and they have collected some ideas from their friends in their classes. The council notice board is located in the KS1 corridor opposite the ICT suite where you can have a look at all the latest information.

The KS1 council are also eager to let KS1 know that they are also around if anyone needs help or just needs a buddy in the playground. Don’t hesitate to approach them, they are a lovely group of representatives. You can tell who they are by the school council badge they wear.

The KS1 school council is run by Ms Smith in Year One.

KS2 School Council

KS2 School Council consists of children from Years 3-6 including some children from the LCC unit. KS2 School Councillors have a busy year ahead as they will be discussing the many issues that affect the children of Oakington Manor. The school councillors act as a voice for all of the children in KS2 and they have collected some ideas from their friends in their class.

They have been learning how to run an effective meeting with councillors taking on different roles in each meeting such as: chairperson or secretary.

They are hoping to organise charity events and work with KS1 councillors to come up with great inventive ideas that will benefit the whole school community.

The KS2 council notice board is located along the Year Three corridor next to the meet the staff display. Here you will find the names of pictures of the school councillors and all the up to date information.

The KS2 school council is run by Mrs Akonor in KS2 LCC.

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KS1 School Councillors

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Have a look at the posters the KS1 Councillors drew as part of their online safety campaign.

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