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The School Council plays a vital role in developing the children’s leadership skills. Every new academic year each class votes for two class representatives. Their role is to represent the children’s voice in the school which is achieved through attending fortnightly meetings with members of staff and through regular class discussions. The children bring their class ideas to the meeting and give feedback about events that they have led.

 

School Council Staff:

 

Mrs E. Pike  

 

School Council Members 2018/2019:

 

                                                           Year 1:                                                             

  Ridley Hooper, Poppy Herman

                                       Willow Lever & Marley Ilori                                                              

                        

 

 

Year 2:

Leon Warren, CeeCee Chapman  

Scarlett Long,Alfie Gray,  Skye Moss

& Jackson Clarke-Graham

                                                                       

                 

                                                          Year 3:                                                                  Oliver Smith, Cameron Wilson,

Tilly Hilsley-Nix & Grace Taylor   

                     

 

Year 4:

Corey Simmons, Grace Neary,

Mya Frost & Keegan Baker 

 

   

 

                                              

Year 5:

Josh Rawsthorne, Teigan Ashmore-Knights

Bonnie Hunt, Ryley Wylde, Tyler Frampton, Jennifer Halford

 

                                                                                                                                                        

                                                                             

 

Year 6:

Henry Traves, Leyla Griffin,

Mercy Browning & Joe Shelley 

 

                                                            

          

During this half term, the school council have been discussing the ways in which Mansel Park has taken positive steps forwards. During one of our recent meetings, the school council children felt that our school logo does not symbolize the values they now uphold as a school family. They also briefly discussed opinions around the current uniform colour and wanted to open this up to discussion with all of our children at Mansel Park (The children are not considering any outrageous colours!). 
 
As the year continues, the school councillors will be discussing the change of uniform with all of the children, in order to have a uniform that best represents their new values and reflects their positive, resilient attitude as young individuals.
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Mansel Park Primary School, Culver Close, Southampton, Hampshire, SO16 9HZ, 02380 776162
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