St Clements School Council
St Clement’s School Council provides the pupil voice in the school. We have had a school council for over 4 years now and feel it is such an important way of communicating children’s views effectively.
We have 2 elected children from each class (from year 2 to year 6) with the addition of the Head Boy and Head Girl, making us a council of 12 children ably assisted by Miss Male, who is the lead teacher.
The school council meets approximately every fortnight, discussing issues our classes have raised and coming up with solutions to better the school for all.
At St Clement’s, teachers make learning fun by organising special days and weeks for us to progress further in different areas of the curriculum. In the past year we have taken part in; experience days, science investigation days, enterprise week, healthy schools week and a one goal day. We are proud that French is now on our timetable and we are enjoying practising this weekly.
We are lucky enough to have lots of school clubs on offer at St Clement’s. We have breakfast club, drama club, gymnastics, singing, football, cross country, study club, multi activity, rounders, cricket, netball, guitar and booster sessions. Each class has the opportunity to show the rest of the school what they have been learning about through a production where parents are invited in. We really enjoy this opportunity to explore drama.
Last year we entered cross country, football and swimming competitions. We have lots more competitions lined up for this year; football, rounders, basketball, netball, swimming, cross country and we will also be visiting some change 4 life festivals. We are really excited about representing our school in these. We have also been doing the daily mile and are hoping to start skipping to promote personal challenge in fitness!