What We Do
Toft Hill Primary School Council consists of two children from each year group from Year 1 to Year 6. The children are elected by their peers as the people who they feel will best represent their class.
The school council meet every Wednesday lunch time. During meetings, they discuss any issues that have arisen from discussions with their class. With the support of Mrs Watson, they make decisions affecting our school.
At Toft Hill Primary School, we respect the views and contributions made by our school council and aim to use these to make improvements to our school whenever possible.
Operation Christmas Child
School Council worked with the local church to help collect Christmas gifts for less fortunate children around the world. They wrote letters to parents and spread the message throughout classes to tell everyone about the gifts that could be included. School Council worked really hard to collect and sort donations which were greatly received by St Cuthbert’s church. Well done everyone!
School parking sign competition
School Council discussed the parking issues that we have sometimes at school. They decided that the best way to raise awareness of dangerous or illegal parking was to have a poster competition. Above are just a few of the entries that the children designed.
School Council discussed and voted on ways to sort or recycle our lost property. We decided to hold uniform sales to recycle our unclaimed uniform.