At Lawns Park, we celebrate the long-standing British values of democracy and the right to express your opinion. All of our pupils have a voice and actively participate in our class and school councils.
This is what our School Councillors say:
We all wrote a manifesto to convince people to vote for us and we got the most votes.
"I wanted to be a School Councillor because I wanted to help the school".
"I wanted to change certain things in school like people not using equipment properly on the playground".
"I wanted to be an eco warrior because I wanted to save the environment".
We do particular jobs to help the school and make it a better place so they enjoy coming to school to learn. We love standing at the front in Friday's assembly and we are very approachable.
This year we are working on; encouraging people to read,
raising money for our charity this year, which is NSPCC,
improving our playtimes with new playground markings, class eqipment boxes and split playtimes.
We are really proud of our school and we are proud to be School Councillors. We love looking at things in school and thinking "we made that happen".
School Council Meetings