School Council / Pupil Leadership Team
Mayville Primary School has an active pupils 'Leadership Team' which works hard to represent the views of the pupils throughout the school. The school is keen to ensure that pupils’ opinions are listened to and acted upon wherever possible.
The 'Leadership team' is an elected body of pupils, with two class representatives from Year 1 to Year 6. They meet with class teachers on a regular basis, providing feedback from Leadership meetings and report back to Ms Komorowska the Interim Headteacher. The 'Leadership team' also helps to organise campaigns and fund-raising activities throughout the year.
The elected councillors are usually taken to the Houses of Parliament to see ‘Democracy in Action’ and learn how they should represent their own ‘constituencies’.
Leadership Team Visiting 'Houses of Parliament.'
Meeting our local MP John Cryer
Councillors meet once a week to discuss matters and projects both in and out of school. They take issues to and from their classes for ideas and suggestions.
In previous years, the School Council have taken part in ‘Make a Difference Challenge,’ raising funds and campaigning against real bearskins being used for soldiers’ helmets and to help stray dogs and Battersea Dogs’ Home.
Children enjoying our exercise park for the playground
Children receiving their leadership badges.
Leadership Team Playing in the school's 'Friendship room' which they raised money for from their
event 'Friendship Friday'
All this is on top of councillors taking issues, which children are concerned about in school to the head teacher, or other staff members. One of their success is to have successfully lobbied for new play equipment, which the SLT and Trustees have happily seen provided.
A representative from Haven House collecting the Money raised from one of our Movie Nights
The journey so far!