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We are proud to present… the 2023-24 Middlestown School Councillors!
Year 1: Max and Alice Year 2: Ollie and Alana Year 3: Austin and Charlotte
Year 4: Jayden and Annabelle Year 5: Toby and Isabelle Year 6: Eden and William
Head boy: Oscar Head Girl: Zara
How are the councillors elected?
Here at Middlestown Primary, we have a very active School Council. In September, all children from Year One to Six can put themselves forward to become a school council member. They make a short speech about why they believe they would be a good ambassador for their class. Their class then vote and the three children with the most votes go forward for the School Council Elections that are held in the hall. During these elections, the children vote on special voting slips; the voting is completed in booths and pupils place their voting slip in a ballot box. The votes are then added up and the girl and boy with the most votes are assigned as the school councillors for their class.
What is the role of the Middlestown’s School Council?
School councillors hold weekly meetings with their classes. They run to a set agenda and they make notes in their books to then feedback to the rest of school council during their weekly meetings with Miss Chichangiri. Miss Chichangiri guides the meetings but it is school council who decide on the issues they wish to discuss. A typical meeting involves each class sharing feedback regarding their class meetings and school council coming up with ideas to solve any issues they may have. During meetings, they also discuss charities they want to raise money for and methods of doing this; this year, they chose to raise money for Children in Need, Comic Relief and the Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice.
School Councillors unanimously feel that their voices are valued and heard and this in turn means that all pupils do, as the school council represent the voices of all the pupils at Middlestown Primary Academy. It is an important and often challenging position, yet our current school councillors have risen to the challenge and done us all proud!