The school council members meet regularly with Mr Hacking to discuss issues around the school. Each class is represented by two members. Each class has class council ideas book and their ideas feed into the main school council meetings. The school council's ideas are used to improve the school for the children.
If you have any questions about how our School Council works please do not hesitate to contact Mr Hacking.
Little Chalfont Primary School Council
At Little Chalfont Primary School we elect children from years 1 to 6 to make up the School Council.
Elections take place each year and two council representatives are elected per class – one boy and one girl.
The School Council Representatives meet with Mr Hacking at least once a term, to work on ideas and projects to make the school better.
Our ideas and projects come from the views of the children in the school. Time is given in class for the class representatives to canvass opinions and feedback decisions made during school council meetings.