Our School Council welcomes members from the school community: children, parents, Governors and staff.
In order to get onto the council, children nominate themselves and following a presentation to their class, elections take place so that every class has a representative.
The School Council have been instrumental in the ongoing developments and improvements to our play space, curriculum and school lunches. They have supported with the writing of some school policies, the Code of Conduct and have organised several different fund-raising events, including a very successful annual £10 challenge.
For the past few years the school has been very proud to have support a little girl, Amie in Sierra Leone with her education and health needs. (Further information below).
Any suggestions or comments would be welcomed and any parents wishing to join the Council are invited to speak to a member of the office staff or Miss Lawes
Meetings are held once a half term and the Committee are instrumental in many of the decisions made regarding future changes and improvements to the school.
Please click on the links below to see the minutes of our meetings, dates for future meetings and news of events.
This year's school council representatives:
Members of our school council thoroughly enjoyed spending the day at the People's Museum in Manchester looking at the British Parliament System and how it functions, what it is like to be an MP and the history of politics in our country.
Onesie Day - Fundaraiser
We are very lucky to have such caring pupils at Waterloo Primary School so when Alfie Burke wrote to the School Council to request a Onesie Day on World Diabetes Day in aid of JDRF, we were more that's happy to participate.
Congratulations to everybody for raising £176.67!