Stranton Primary School

Stranton Primary School

"Only the best is good enough"

School Council




School Council 2018-2019

It is once again time for us to look forward to pupil voice elections. There are two members of the council from each year group as well as our Head Boy and Head Girl who are chosen through a school ballot.


At Stranton Primary School, the purpose of our School Council is to encourage pupils to get involved in issues that concern them, in and around school to make their school better and improve school life and our school community.


We see our School Councillors as holding very responsible positions. Their job is to:


  • Attend meetings regularly
  • Communicate with the Head teacher and governor
  • Talk to people and feed their views back to the council.
  • Make suggestions for change and improvement
  • Decide which charities to support as a school






The School Council meet every fortnight with Mrs Yildirim and Mrs Wilson. Following meetings, the councillors are given time to report back and share anything discussed to their class.



Our Head Boy and Head Girl for the year 2018-2019 are:








        Liam Simpson                                                    Matilda Kier


Our School Councillors are:

Class 1&2- Amber Gaffney, Theo Beddow

Class 3- Alex Currell, Logan Currell

Class 4- Jack Whitehead, Ava Young

Class 5- Matthew Fisk, Lexi Webster

Class 6- Zayan Bilal, Noor Sadiq

Class 7- Marceli Bajerowicz, Ruby Hall

Class 8- Darcie Eglintine, Jacob Bromley-Gray

Class 9- Hope Parker, Harvey Hall

Class 10- Louise Simpson, Thomas Fisk

Class 11- Harley Passfield, Layla Bown Robson

Class 12- Jay Lynn, Scarlett Jones

Class 13- Liam Simpson, Nina Chen

Class 14- Kayleigh Bruce, Hannah Wilson, Matilda Kier


April 2018


In our last meeting we discussed the ways that the articles on the Rights of the Child linked up with some of the displays around school. Children in School Council fed back to their classes the information discussed. Classes had to look around the displays in their classrooms and link them to the articles on the Rights of the Child.


March 2018


Miss. Greenwell and the School Council represented Stranton Primary School at the Civic Centre to celebrate Commonwealth Day

































February 2018

Today we talked about World Book Day and the different activities that we would like to take part in at school. We also discussed how we could get parents involved in the day. We came up with lots of ideas and passed them onto the literacy team.

January 2018


School Council met with Mrs Yildirim and we put together a funding bid towards the refurbishment of the EYFS outdoor area. We came up with lots of exciting ideas regarding what play equipment that we should have to help our youngest children progress in their learning outside.

December 2017


School council worked hard to change the School Improvement Plan into a child friendly version. These were then displayed in all classrooms for teachers to share with their class.



We went to our second school council network meeting at Ward Jackson Primary School.

November 2017


Children in Need




On Friday 17th November the children and adults at Stranton Primary School supported Children in Need by coming to school wearing something spotty. The children in EYFS had a Pudsey Bear picnic. We raised a fabulous £304 for this worthy cause.

Whole School Assembly


                                                      EYFS Pudsey Bear Picnic

Stranton Primary School is a 'Rights Respecting' School. The Rights Respecting School Award (RRSA) is an initiative run by UNICEF UK, which encourages schools to place the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) at the heart of its ethos and curriculum. This means that we teach children about their rights according to the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. On Monday, School Council delivered their first whole school assembly informing the rest of the school about the Rights Respecting School Award. We are currently working towards the first part of the award which is the Recognition of Commitment (ROC).