St Mary's School Council consists of two representatives from each class.
This year our School Councillors are:
Nursery represented by Tullie and Helder
Rec(SC) represented by Lulia and Nelson
Rec(SH) represented by Syria and Jeremiah
Year 1(AT) Ava and Aidan
Year 1 (SMcD) Elsie and Cormac
Year 2 (SW) Rose and Jayson
Year 2 (MG) Aoife and Barney
Year 3 (AE) Isabella and Jayce
Years 3 and 4 (RR) Elise and Sonny
Year 4 (CB/KD) Molly and Piotr
Year 5 (KG) Pola and Jayden
Years 5 and 6 (DR) Grace and Kofi
Year 6 (SA/JP) Ella and Ammanuel
The key role of the School Council is to assist in making St. Mary's the best school that it can be for all pupils.The School Council representatives are responsible for feeding back new ideas and raising any concerns that may have discussed by their class in their Class Council meetings to the rest of the School Council.
In the past the School Council have instigated many new initiatives including; tuck shop, the 'Buddy' scheme and purchasing new books for the reading den.
Our School Council representatives are also regularly invited to attend lots of different events and training days in Lambeth.
Trip to the Houses of Parliament
On Tuesday 9th October the School Council were invited for a tour of the Houses of Parliament and to attend a workshop in the Education Centre.
The pupils had a very enjoyable and informative experience that also involved a question and answer session with Chuka Umanna MP.
During our visit, we were interviewed by Mandy Baker for BBC Radio 4 which was featured on The Westminster Hour on Sunday 14th October. You can listen to the interview online (but please note you may need to create a BBC account to do this).
Please follow the link below or search for Westminster Hour 14th October.