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The school council meet every Monday afternoon with Miss Carter and Miss Flett and feedback to their class with their class teachers. 

You elected them to represent you so make sure to share your ideas with them so they can be discussed with your whole class and at the school council meetings. 

Every now and then, your school council reps may require some help with events or special projects. Make sure to let them know if you would like to get involved. 

2021-2022  School Eco Council Representatives:


Reception Klementynka Keller-Croot and Archer Griffin

Class 1    Neeve Hodson and Albert Fisher

Class 2    Saharra Broadbridge and Mitchel Artlett-Johnson

Class 3    Poppy Line and Nevaeh Broadbridge

Class 4    Rory McTear and Thomas Curtis

Class 5    Alfred Pruden and Isabella Green

Class 6    Daisie Walker and Lily Proctor 


The 2021-2022 school council met for the first time on Monday 9th September and are already hard at work. They have set themselves a few rules for meetings to run smoothly and agreed to spend some precious time with their class to feed back on the topics discussed in meeting but also to listen to new ideas from their classmates. 


November 2021:

The School and Eco Council organised a non-school uniform day for Children in Need. Everyone came to school dressed in their pyjamas and donated £1. We also had a bake sale and a colouring competition to raise more money across the school!

January 2020: The school council have been busy gathering ideas from their classmates on books to buy with the money raised last year and new equipment wanted for wetplay and the Playpod. Next, we'll be planning more fundraising events. 
December 2019: We have raised £42.18 with our hot chocolate café! In the new year, we'll be busy deciding which new games to purchase for wet play, discuss new ideas for the school and plan our next fundraising activities. 

November 2019: First lot of books delivered to Junior Classes, keep an eye out for the next lots! Also, £290.88 raised for Children in Need, thank you all very much. :-)

School Council Café Mondays 3.15 in Class 6 starting 4th November: Hot chocolates and books to share.

October 2019: 

The PTA has kindly helped us reach our target of £750 for new books. The teachers are now busy deciding carefully which books to purchase. Do not hesitate to let us have your suggestions and keep an eye out for the arrival of new books in your classrooms! 

Coming up next: hot chocolate sale details and Children in Need (save the date Friday 15th November).

Callum and Gilbert sorting out our food donations at the Stroud Foodbank.

September 2019: 

This month, the school council have established a reduction of laminating through the whole school, investigated healthy lunch options and discussed possible charities to support. They have agreed to sell hot chocolates in Term 3, details to follow! In October, the Year 6 reps will be taking all food donations gathered for our Harvest festival to the Stroud Foodbank and the whole team will be planning for Children in Need which will be a couple of weeks after half term!

Past achievements of the school council:

- Fundraising  towards class Ipads and the playground development, 

- Organising Foodbank collections for the Harvest Festival and bringing the collections personally to the foodbank,

- Deciding to support Red Nose Day and Children in Need, raising fantastic amounts for such important causes, 

- Changing the wording of our lunchtime grace.

The ever so popular School Council Ice-cream Sale!

Red Nose Day: Friday 15th March 2019. A big thank you to everyone for supporting Red Nose Day and helping The British School to raise a fantastic £310.75! Well Done. We are so proud of you all.

Children In Need 16th November 2018. A big thank you to everyone for helping us to raise a whopping £410.00. Fantastic!

Foodbank collection 2018

Our visit to the Stroud Foodbank