School Council

At Boundary Primary School we are proud of our School Council as it represents the views and opinions of the most important people in the School, our children. Two children from each class are democratically chosen at the start of each new school year by their classmates to represent the views of the whole class during council meetings. Our children thrive on the trust placed in them and take the responsibility of being a council member very seriously. 

During the year, the Council take part in a variety of activities that help to provide information about the well-being of our children, to make important decisions which affect other children in the school and continue to help our school to become an even better place to learn.

Children In Need

Children In Need

We started the day by taking part in the 'Big Morning Move.' We took part in the workout to help support 'Children in Need' and as part of our daily exercise! We then talked about why we were wearing spotty items of clothing, and how we were raising money to help make...

Children in Need 2019

Children in Need 2019

A great big spotty thank you to everyone who came wearing something spottyl, and more importantly, donated to the Children in Need 2019 Appeal on Friday! If every pupil in school brought in £1, we can raise £800 for this very worthy cause.  The BBC Children in Need...

Children in Need!

Children in Need!

Danceathon, spots and Pudsey Bear! What a great day we had in Year 1 for children in need. We started our morning by doing our Children In Need danceathon. Children all over the country took part and we wanted to join in too. We enjoyed learning the dance, it was...

School Council Elections

School Council Elections

This half term in Year 4 we learnt about democracy and had a visit from MP Paul Maynard. He gave our applicants advice on how to write a successful manifesto. Once our applicants had written their manifestos they presented them to their class. Once all the children...

The First School Council Meeting

The First School Council Meeting

We've had our first meeting and all school councillors have a book with the details of what a school councillor is (characteristics) and details of their first task. They can write notes in it of what they discuss and any ideas too (they were thrilled!). We will then...

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