School Council

Our School Council is elected every September. There are two representatives from each KS2 class who successfully win an election campaign where they prepare speeches for their class.

School Council meet at least once every half term to discuss any whole school projects/initiatives that they feel is important to implement.

Holocaust Memorial 2024

Pupil Voice Questionnaire

Our School Council conducted their annual Pupil Voice Questionnaire and are delighted to share the results which show a big improvement on last year's results.

MacMillan Coffee Morning

'Gifts we can all give...'

Our School Council wanted to remind everyone that at Christmastime, there are many more important things than spending money. They asked our whole school community to identify 'Gifts we can all give'. They asked for families to talk together to come up with ideas of things people could 'give' at Christmas which didn't cost a penny. They challenged the school to fill our corridor (from the infant department up to the junior department) with displays of their ideas. The photos below show their success...

Thanks to one of our parents, Mr Brew, for writing a poem which beautifully highlights our 'Gifts we can all give' message. Watch our video below to hear the poem and see for yourself how our School Council filled our school corridor with ideas of how to spread love during Christmastime...

Toy Appeal

Thank you to everyone for your generous donations towards our Community Christmas Toy Appeal, your kindness will ensure that so many families and children in the local area will receive some much needed help at this time of year. The Federation are extremely grateful for each and every gift.

Ukraine Appeal

A huge thank you to everyone for supporting our girls in raising money for Ukraine.

Holocaust Memorial

School Council organised a competition for Holocaust Memorial Day. KS2 children were asked to research this topic at home and write down the information they found. School Council members were very impressed with the effort so many of the children had put into their work.

The four winners who were chosen were accompanied by Mrs Lane on a visit to Liverpool Town Hall. Here they were lucky enough to meet three survivors of the Holocaust who shared their own personal stories about the experience of the Holocaust.

Red Nose Day

School Council organised Nose and Spoon races for the whole school. The staff even got to have their own race. We all had great fun in in aid of a great cause.

Debate Team

We are immensely proud of our debating team who visited Liverpool Athenaeum to take part in several debates covering a range of current affairs.