Headfield CE Junior School

School Council

Our School Council is made up of 2 children from each class who have been elected by their classmates.

The School Council are a very important part of our school and they are advocates of positive change; the voice of our children. They always have our school vision 'Achieving, Believing, Together' at the forefront of their minds along with our school faith values which guide our daily lives. 

The School Council meet regularly with Mrs Derenzy Jones and consider how to further improve school for our pupils. The School Council are also responsible for charity fundraising events.

  

School council's current priorities

  • The School Council are still encouraging everybody to bring a healthy packed lunch into school so please remember that no crisps or sweets are allowed in school and that water is the healthiest drink to have at lunchtime.
  • The School Council organise a fine dining system in school. Children are selected to eat in the "Fine Diners" Restaurant on a Wednesday Lunchtime. The focus for selection changes from time to time and can be to reward excellent manners in the dining hall or to reward a healthy food selection at lunchtime. Each week a member of staff joins the fine diners for lunch or members of the local community eat with the children. We have had school governors, a local police officer and magistrates eating at the fine dining table.
  • School council have brought about a change in the dining hall where children now take their coats off to eat their lunch - a much more enjoyable experience now!