Our School Council symbolises the pupils’ voice of St. Luke’s. 18 elected children (two per class) are designated the prestigious responsibility to represent their class ideas to the rest of the school.
The purpose of our School Council is to engage in discussions and suggestions from the wider School community, relay important information to classes and organise specific events and competitions. We meet regularly to hear ideas, plan events and action agreed suggestions that have been approved by our Headteacher.
This year we are focusing on making homework a fun and creative task that all pupils can access. We also wanted to continue to develop a love of reading through competitions and developing exciting home learning ideas that children can do with their families, such as baking, nature at work and making dens. We look forward to announcing further exciting events!
We also have the opportunity to interview adults wishing to be part of St. Luke's.
If you have any suggestions, please speak to your member of school council
We look forward to hearing from you!
Minutes of School Council Meetings
School Council trip to Westminster - June 2022
On 15th June, the members of school council had the exciting opportunity to visit the Houses of Parliament. The children were very excited and really enjoyed their day. We travelled to London on the train and tube and spent time watching and listening to the Members of Parliament in the Gallery area.
Seyi - yr 2
"I enjoyed seeing Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament because I have never seen anything like it before. I learnt that these things were in Central London. I really enjoyed watching the MPs from the Gallery box in the House."
Poppy - yr 2
"I enjoyed actually getting to watch the MPs (Members of Parliament) that we would normally see on TV - in real life.
"The Westminster trip was amazing! I really enjoyed it. Especially when we went to the House of Lords and all teh incredible stuff we saw, such as teh painting called New Dawn."
Dominic - yr 5
"I loved seeing the debate. It was great to see adults be so passionate about the Tube Strike."