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School Council (ACC)

All Children Count (ACC) is a group of children elected each year through a democratic process. The ACC meet regularly to discuss problems and ideas raised by all children.  This helps to improve the school, make it a better place for children and adults, and give all children an opportunity to express themselves.

This year we are working toward becoming a ‘Democracy Friendly School’. This means we will be looking at ways to improve our local community. 

Take a look at the link below to see how you can get involved too.

We are Democracy Friendly

Selecting winning posters for the Anti-Bullying poster competition.



Chair        Erin

Vice Chair        Lennon

Secretary         Hayley

Treasurer         Maaryah

Fundraisers: Betsey, Scarlet, Alice and Arthur.


Fundraising ideas include:

Film nights, cake sales, book swaps, making and selling items such as book marks.

If anyone has any great ideas for fund raising, please speak to the school council and we will take it to our meeting.


The Learners Voice Box

“The children’s voice is very important. It is our school and we feel listened to.

We use the learners voice box to share our ideas and ways we think the school can be improved.

If children want new books, a different after school club or something else, they write it in the learners voice booked and we, as the school council, look at the comments in our weekly meeting.”


Meeting the local Councillor – Ms Bev Addy

We had a visit from our local councillor, Cllr Bev Addy. She explained how the local council works, talked about the wards and how councillors are voted in. We explained that the school council members are voted in and we also vote on ideas.

Greeting the Mayor

The school council attended the town hall for a question and answer time with Mayor


Supporting the food bank