Passionate, role-models, future leaders
School Council Vision
Our vision this year is to be the voice of the children and work with the teachers and SLT on projects and ideas to help Dane Royd to continue being the best it can be and to support each other to keep safe and follow the special rules that have been put in place by all our teachers.
We aim to get things done to make our school better.
To find ways to improve our school.
To give every pupil a voice and to make all decision making fair.
Membership and Elections
Anyone at Dane Royd can put themselves forward to be a School Councillor. Our School Councillors are elected through a democratic voting process which take place in each class after prospective candidates have given a speech about their intentions if they were to be elected
Our School Councillors for 2022-23
At Dane Royd, every class from Upper Foundation Stage through to Year 6 have two School Council representatives. For this year’s representatives, please see below.
Our School Councilors
Upper Foundation Stage: Joey and Daisy
Year 1: Samuel and Edie
Year 1/2: Jack and Amelia
Year 2: George and Scarlett
Year 3: Quincy and Elsie
Year 3/4: Logan and Sophia
Year 4: Gavin and Poppy
Year 5: Koben and Darcie
Year 5/6: Bradley and Harriet
Year 6: Noah and Freya
Roles in the School Council
Freya, Jack and Gavin
Poppy, Scarlett, Elsie, Daisy, Sophia
Hattie, Amelia and Quincy
Sam, Edie and Joey
Noah, Logan and George
School Council Meetings
We hold regular meetings to discuss ways in which we can improve our school. We also come up with ideas for raising money for charity and for the school and often act as the judging panel for school competitions.
Members of the Governing Body attend our School Council meetings.
During the meetings we have a Chair Person who leads the meeting and a minute taker. It is the responsibility of the School Council members to report back outcomes to their class. Sometimes the School Council will lead assemblies to share information with the whole school. This year we will learn to use electronic ways to communicate. We have a School Council noticeboard which is situated by our hall.
What do we want to achieve this Autumn?
How can you help our School Council be the best it can be?
As a child who goes to Dane Royd, don't forget that you can put forward your suggestions about how to improve our school in a number of ways:
Speak to a School Council representative and they will jot your comments down, which they will then take to the next meeting.
You can also write down your idea on a slip of paper and post it to your School Council representative. They will then bring this to the next meeting.
Write down your idea on a slip of paper and post it to Mrs Kendall who will take it to the School Council meeting.
School Council Newsletters
The School Council in Action
Our School Values
The School Council are working with Mrs Kendall, the Curriculum leader, to re-design our school values. We started by thinking about what is feels like to be a pupil at Dane Royd. We then asked the question, 'What values and behaviours do we expect from our staff and children at Dane Royd?'
The School Council have been working hard on improving playtimes in school. We started by fundraising to raise money for some new games and puzzles for wet playtimes. Well done to all our winners of the book raffle.
Dane Royd Junior & Infant School