School Council at
Starks Field Primary School
Welcome to our School Council page!
Here are your elected school councillors for 2019-2020 are :
Willow: Matthew and Riahana
Birch: Frank and Zaara
Elm: Della Rosie and Ali
Elder: Marlon and Kenisha
Holly: Emel and Mustapha
Hazel: Emanuel and Ameera
Poplar: Venus and Naimul
Pine: Zakariya and Sia
Maple: Jessica and Arda G
Magnolia: Benedict and Abbey Mae
Click here to view our School Council Charter.
On behalf of the School Council we welcome you all to the new academic year for 2019-2020!
During the past few weeks we held our very own Starks Field School Council elections. Pupils had the chance to nominate themselves for a position on School Council, present their ideas to their class and then all pupils from Year 1-Year 6 voted in our Starks Field polling station. Mrs Hunter was delighted to reveal the results during assembly the following day. A huge thank you to our Year 6 pupils who ran the elections and were polling officers and clerks for the afternoon. We are delighted to announce the school council members for this year and we look forward to undertaking some exciting projects in the near future.
This term the School Council representatives will be trained as Starks Field ambassadors and will be called upon to show visitors and prospective families around the school. This will be a rewarding opportunity to showcase our wonderful school and answer questions about life as a pupil at Starks Field.
Our Autumn term 2 school value will be honesty; one of the responsibilities undertaken by our School Council members will be to promote our values and plan an assembly about them.
Our first ‘planning’ meeting is this week (week beginning 7/10/19) and Council members have already expressed an interest in having a stall at our Christmas Fayre event and also organising a Climate Change awareness day to coincide with the Friday demonstrations which are currently taking place globally.
We will keep you informed here of the work of our School Council and look forward to seeing their impact on school life over the coming weeks.