At Stalyhill, we are proud to have a fully elected School Council which gives the children a voice in the decision-making process. At the beginning of the academic year each class elects a representative, who takes the views of their class to the council meetings.
If you have an idea that you think could improve the school or there is something you are not happy with, remember you can talk to your school councillor who will raise it at the next council meeting.
After each School Council meeting, the class councillor will tell their class what has been discussed.
Each term the school council will write a report to Mrs Kitchen and Chair of Governors to talk about how things are going in school and to share any new ideas for school improvement.
At every meeting we write minutes which we share with our classes.