School council meet at last!

School council met on the 30/11/23.

In that meeting,  Ranjot was elected as secretary, Sanaya was elected as the chair person and Godiva was elected as the vice-chair person.

This week in class council please discuss, the 3 things that school council should work on this year.

School council cannot wait to hear your great ideas.

notes typed by Ranjot.

School Council Meeting 24.4.23

2:30 – small hall

Chair – Hamza

Playground buddies

It was agreed that councillors would draw up new rotas for the summer term and that they would remind the buddies of their role. Malek and Yibin to distribute blank buddy rotas and roles and responsibilities to all classes.

Bearwood Managers

4P councillors shared their class ideas on managers: Welcome, line, lost property, safety and litter managers were all discussed. School council agreed that these roles would be beneficial to the school. Leyan and Sumaya were nominated to develop job descriptions and job application forms.

Class council meetings

It was agreed by all councillors that class council meetings are very important and should be held regularly as these meetings give everyone a voice. It was also agreed that they all classes will have a summer buddy rota in place and will have discussed further ideas for Bearwood managers.

The meeting closed at 3:02 pm

Next School council meeting will be Thursday 4th May @ 1:30 pm in the Parents’ room. We look forward to hearing your ideas.


Agenda for class council meeting

Please meet before Thursday 9.3.23


  1. Organise a new buddy rota
  2. Discuss buddy roles and the 3 marble reward for each duty successfully carried out
  3. Brainstorm ‘Bearwood Managers’ to enhance the smooth running at school. Eg. lost property manager, litter pickers, line managers, stair managers, etc.

Thank you

Playground Buddies start January 23 – Please use class council time to organise

Playground Buddies

School council decided, today, that:

Everyone will be a buddy for a day, each week, for 5 weeks. 

Buddies will be on duty at breaktime and lunchtime on their duty day.

School councillors will organise and manage the Buddies, in their class, with the help of class teachers. 

School councillors will stand in for absent buddies. 

Mrs Hadley will provide a blank rota and cap, to all classes, by Monday 12th December. 

Everyone has to take their turn at being a buddy. 

 A buddy will: 

Wear a cap when on duty 

Play with others if they are lonely 

Be responsible and fair 

Help children who are hurt 

Put the equipment away 

Fetch and put away bell 

Reminding everyone to stand still when the bell goes 





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