School Council

We Make a Difference 

With the help of resources from the Houses of Parliament, the School Council have been exploring British Values and the role of Parliament in our democracy. Mrs Holme talked about the history of Parliament and then the children took turns to be the speaker of the House of Commons to ensure we had ‘Order! Order!’

We are very proud that the work of the School Council has been recognised with a We Made a Difference badge.

S.T.O.P - Anti-bullying Week


This week, as part of Anti-bullying week, the school council met to discuss our new S.T.O.P (Several Times On Purpose) posters and how they could help other children in school. They discussed the difference between bullying and a disagreement or angry outburst and came up with different strategies to cope or help others. They will take this information back to their classes and discuss further.


The council was pleased with recent changes to the lunch menu.

Meat- Free Mondays

The School Council has voted to have Meat-Free Mondays on our lunch menu. 

This was an idea put forward by a group of Year Six children and the Year 6 school councillors proposed the idea at the last full council meeting. The children considered a number of factors, including: healthy diets, the environmental impact of meat production and animal welfare. The proposal was passed unanimously.

Meat-Free Mondays will start in Term 2.

The School Countil meets regularly during Tuesday 'Collective Worship'.

The School Councillors this year have been elected.  They are:

Year 1     Oliver and Alice
Year 2    Matthew and Katie
Year 3    Luke, Simone, Owen and Matilda
Year 4    Alexander, Macy, George and Isla
Year 5    Tom, Imogen, Alfie and Beth
Year 6    Jacob, Amie, Leo and Martha


The Speaker of the House of Commons has recognised the wonderful work of last year's school council with a lovely certificate, proudly displayed by Chloe, Ari and Miri. The certificate acknowledges the children's achievements in becoming the first Dementia Friendly school in Witney and winning the Bronze Eco-school Award.  

5th July 2017

Well done School Council

We are delighted that our school council has been recognised for all the hard work the children have done to make our school more environmentally responsible. It was the council who set themselves the target of forming an Eco Council and meeting the criteria for the School Council Eco Award (you may have noticed the Eco Council display at the front of the school. They did it and we recently received the Bronze Award. Plans are afoot to reach Silver next year. Well done everyone.

School Eco Council

The School Council's Eco Council met to discuss the findings of their recent environmental survey. The children felt more could be done to encourage recycling and that adults need to be better at turning off lights and computers when not in use. They also started planning a Waste Week for later in the year