This week Miss Whiteley will be visiting classes in KS2 to talk about School Council and how to apply to be a representative for your class.
There will be representatives from Year 1 to Year 6 (children in Year 5 & 6 will also be representatives for children in Nursery and Reception) that make up School Council and representing your class is a really important so that their ideas and opinions can be heard.
If you are interested in becoming a representative you will need to complete a form telling Miss Whiteley why you would make a good representative and if you were on School Council would changes would you like to make in school.
The deadline is FRIDAY 13th SEPTEMBER
Voting in classes will then take place and children in KS1 will also be able to put themselves forward and tell their class why they would be good at the job of class representative.
This week the School Council worked on the letter that would be sent to the Highways Agency regarding the dangers that children and their families faced when arriving and leaving school due to the road congestion and the existing No 7. bus route.
On 6th March the council met to discuss further how they would like money raised by Friends of Allerton (through fundraising events) be spent and on 27th March School Governor, Anna Ladd visited school council to talk about road congestion on Lingfield Approach (outside school).
This afternoon School Council had some special visitors. John, our Link Governor attended the meeting and four children, Olivia-Mae, Ahmed, Hast and Kareem from Reception came to the meeting to talk to the representatives about a problem.