Tirlebrook School Council work hard to make sure that all the children at our school have a say. Each year in Autumn Term elections are held and the children vote for their representatives.
This year's School Council are:
Year 1: Isaac Corless & Olivia Camden-Hill
Year 2: Ewan Gosden & Chloe Messenger
Year 3: Ayan Sharif & Lola Walker
Year 4: Oliver Butler & Oliver Slatter
Year 5: Alex Lucking & Maxwell Scott
Year 6: Cerys Coxshall & Fraser Matharu & Harrison Murch
School Council listen to the children they represent and work to make things happen. They set themselves targets to achieve each year and hold regular meetings. They organise and run activities around the school, have had a tyre park and trim trails installed, organise play equipment for playtimes and have supported a range of charities.
During our annual Anti-bullying Week School Council organise a range of activities involving the whole school. This has included the children working in their classes on trust exercises, collaborating in their house teams to prepare and perform anti-bullying presentations, awareness raising about cyber-bullying, organising a blue cake sale and putting on a Blue Day.
Anti-Bullying Week 2015 at Tirlebrook
In 2015 our School Council organised and ran a whole week of activities and events including a blue cake sale, selling anti-bullying bands and running a beat bullying t-shirt design competition.
They also got the whole school together to 'Make a NO!SE!' about bullying on Blue Friday. They made a noise with shakers they had created in House Huddles and wrote out NO!SE! on the school playground together.
Anti-Bullying Week 2016 at Tirlebrook
In 2016 our School Council organised and ran a whole week of activities and events on the theme of 'Power For Good' including organising House Harmony time, selling anti-bullying bands and running a 'Great Tirlebrook Bake Off' competition & cake sale.
The school hall was decorated with blue anti-bullying bunting designed in House Harmony time and the whole school turned blue together to show their support for School Council's ant-bullying awareness raising on Blue Friday.