The aim of the School Council is to promote citizenship and to give the children a voice within the school.
The School Council encourages the children to develop a sense of responsibility towards their community and an understanding of the democratic process.
Each class elects two children to represent them on the School Council. The School Council meets with Mrs Hatswell to discuss school issues, raised by both children and staff. After meetings, School Council members report back to their classes.
Year 3: Harper M, Isaac L, Callum F, Emeline M, Catherine L, Rafe J.
Year 4: Max W, Dia K, Laasya B, Ivy O, Esme B, Evie M.
Year 5: William O, Olivia H, Charlotte M, Aurora D, Fleur H, Ryan B, Jamine C-P, Nancy C.
Year 6: Sam H, Ted B, Rosie W, Bobby B, Eli S-M, Asha M, Isabella P, Damope
Scroll down to explore the brilliant work of Roseacre's School Council.....
Harvest Collection 2023
In October, the School Council did a wonderful job of organising the harvest collection which was donated to Age Concern UK. Some of the food donations was distributed amongst the local community who would most benefit from it during the winter months, whilst the rest was shared with visitors to the local Age Concern Day Centre.
Children in Need 2023
On Friday 17th November, the School Council organised a whole school non-uniform day to raise money for this year's Children in Need appeal. £450 was raised for this wonderful cause.
Multi-generational Games Afternoon
On Monday 11th December, the School Council had lots of fun hosting a multi-generational games afternoon. This was a fantastic opportunity for lots of Roseacre parents, grandparents, aunties and uncles to come in to school and spend an afternoon playing traditional board games with our pupils.