Welcome to Llancarfan Primary School Council page.
Why do we have a school council?
At Llancarfan primary school, we believe the school council represents the whole school and the ideas and views of the pupils within Llancarfan Primary.
It is vital for them to be a part of our school community and that their thoughts and opinions are valued and can make a valid difference.
School Council Representatives will develop skills such as confidence, communication, negotiation and responsibility in sharing and expressing their own views and the views of their fellow pupils in who they represent.
It is an ideal opportunity for pupils to be actively involved in the way that the school is run by leading their very own School Council.
Who are the School Councillors?
Every year class elections are held so that two different representatives of boys and girls can be elected from year 1 to year 6.
Members of the newly elected School Council then elect a Chair and a Vice-Chair on a termly rotation.
What do the School Council Do?
Members of the School Council participate in discussions and votes and take on the role of reporting back to their classes of relevant information of what was discussed, outcomes, agendas and suggestions within the meetings held.
The School Council are there to encourage our children to have a “voice” and to share their opinions to help us in being “The best we can be.”
Members meet fortnightly with Mr Smith and Mrs Smith.