School Council

School Council BadgeThe Role of our School Council

Crowlees School Council is a group of students who are elected to represent the views of all pupils. ‘Our school council means that we have a say and our voice is always heard.’ (Pupil Voice Survey 2016)


Our School Council Representatives for 2018 / 2019


A pupil representative from each class from year 2 to year 6 makes up the school council.


Our representatives this year are:

Year 2: Archie & Cara    Archie Redfern      Cara Swain

Year 3: Finn & Sophie     Finn Comerford     Sophie Howram

Year 4: Jamie & Matilda     Jamie Ellis    Matilda Wray

Year 5: Alfie & Hattie      Alfie Roberts    Hattie Lancaster

Year 6: Jessica & Kyal     Jessica Walls    Kyal Summers


We meet with Miss Gallagher regularly to discuss the views of our class, arrange fundraisers and feedback any issues in school from a pupil perspective.



We organise which charity events we support and raise awareness of their work by planning and delivering assemblies.


We Represent Our School

We represent our school in the community. We serve tea and coffee at Parents’ Evening and visit places in the wider community such as delivering Christmas presents to the residents at Knowl Park Care Home.



We run competitions in school that we think children would be interested in. e.g. Christmas bauble design for the town’s Christmas Tree.


We Conduct an Annual Pupil Voice Survey

Our music lessons are great; I’ve learnt to play the clarinet this year!  (Pupil Voice Survey 2016)

I can do outstanding things now…I’d never want to go to another school. (Pupil Voice Survey 2016)

We are really lucky to have such a fun playground. We have the basketball shooter, trim trail and table top games. (Pupil Voice Survey 2016)

The best thing about our school is our Crowlees Values. We all use them on a daily basis – even the adults in school.  (Pupil Voice Survey 2016)

I love our school dinners! We have a lovely selection of healthy food. I really enjoy our ‘Sugar Swap’ Fridays. (Pupil Voice Survey 2016)