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School Council

Ormesby Primary School has a fantastic School Council who truly embody each of our school rules. They are respectful, safe and fabulous learners. They work incredibly hard to collaborate with their peers, debate new ideas and improve our school. Our School Councillors have played a crucial role in the development of so many areas across school and their hard work definitely does not go unnoticed.  

Ormesby Primary School Council consists of two pupils from each class, who have been elected by their peers. The children produced a captivating speech that they shared with their class, then were elected based on this – reflecting the democratic process. The chosen Councillors then represent their class at meetings and other events within our school community.  

Our School Councillors are the voice of all our children. They share feedback from their classmates, and we work on this together, to improve the school for all. They work collaboratively, to share their experiences, through class assemblies and as a collective, during whole school assemblies.  

School Councillors have helped to make important decisions within our school. The children have worked with potential candidates for various roles in school, gathered information through surveys and shared this at meetings, decided on what they want our playground development to look like, shared views on how our school can be eco-friendlier and much more! 

To be elected to represent their class is a huge honour and one that the children of Ormesby Primary School don’t take lightly! They represent their community on the highest level and have the opportunity to drive changes within our school through the power of their voices. It is a delight to work alongside these children and we are immensely proud of their contributions.  

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