Our School Council

Every class participates in School Council elections during each summer term and two representatives are elected from each class to the Council. The Council meets regularly and plays a direct role in the running of the school.

 

The Council is a very important feature of school life and allows children to take responsibility for, ownership of and pride in their school. Representatives report directly to Governors on a regular basis.

We review charities each year, but our global link is with a Christian Charity in Uganda called Jenga.

Our Class Representatives

The School Council led the initiative in the fight against Bullying during Anti-Bullying Week.

Draenen wen Y6 Super Ambassador

Draenen wen Y6 Super Ambassador

Draenen wen Super Ambassador

Draenen wen Super Ambassador

Draenen wen Y6 Rep

Draenen wen Y6 Rep

Draenen wen Y6 Rep

Draenen wen Y6 Rep

Bedwen Y5 Rep

Bedwen Y5 Rep

Bedwen Y5 Rep

Bedwen Y5 Rep

Bedwen Y4 Rep

Bedwen Y4 Rep

Helygen Y4 Rep

Helygen Y4 Rep

Helygen Y3 Rep

Helygen Y3 Rep

Helygen Y3 rep

Helygen Y3 rep

Blodau Y2 Rep

Blodau Y2 Rep

Blodau Y2 Rep

Blodau Y2 Rep

Onnen Y1 Rep

Onnen Y1 Rep

Onnen Y1 Rep

Onnen Y1 Rep

Charities We Support

The School Council are supporting the following charities this year 2019-20:

Refugee Welcome Schools - Syrian Family

Macmillan Cancer Care - Coffee mornings (Staff only)

Foodbank- Harvest donations      

British Legion - Remembrance poppies       

Children in Need - Pudsey      

Velindra Cancer Care - Easter Chicks

Save the Children - Christmas Jumper

Marie Curie - Daffodils

SportsRelief

Anti-Bullying Week 

The School Council led the initiative in the fight against Bullying during Anti-Bullying Week. Choose Respect!