The children from the school council represented the school in paying their respect at the Remembrance Service at St Mary Magdalene church and Clitheroe Cenotaph. The children laid a wreath made by the year 6 children.
Our school council have been busy making a Guy Fawkes for the Cricket Club Bonfire.
Our School Council arranged a ‘Big Coat’ sale today. Thank you to all of the parents the donated and bought coats. The children hope the sale not only helped parents in the current climate, but also made a small contribution towards reusing our clothes and reducing the waste going into landfill.
We are proud to announce that 45 people are now keeping warm wearing one of the coats we sold. This also means we managed to raise £45 for charity.
Our newly appointed School Council were invited to attend Clitheroe Town Council- Civic Sunday parade and church service at St Paul’s, Low Moor.
Well done to all of the children that have been elected to become their new class representative for the Pendle Primary School Council - 2022-2023.
School Council 2021-22
Hedgehog awareness competition winners
Today we got our new school council sweatshirts and cardigans- don’t we look smart!
Our school councillors have been sharing very important bonfire and firework safety information to their classes.
Our School Council look very smart in their new black jumpers
Casting votes at the Polling Station
On the campaign trail!
Our election candidates have been busy promoting their ideas and sharing why they feel they would be the ideal school council representative to their class this week. Elections take place later this week, we look forward to sharing our new school council board ones the votes have been cast, counted and verified.
School council will be run differently this academic year in line with Covid restrictions.
In-class elections are currently taking place for class representatives. After half term the class representatives will be running one class assembly per week to discuss school council business and promote positive well-being within their class bubbles. Please check back after half term to meet our new councillors and see what they have been up to!
Well done to Phoebe in 4D who produced this winning design for our positive mindset poster competition! We hope you enjoy your treetop nets prize voucher!
Children from years 3 and 4 enjoyed the first mindful colouring club run by our school council this week during Children's Mental Health Week. We look forward to year 5 and 6's turn next week.
Our school councilors have responded to concerns over dog fouling around our school in our comments box. Mrs Atkinson has arranged for the local dog warden to come in to school on Thursday 19th March during our PSHE theme day to talk to KS2 about what it means to be a responsible dog owner so that our KS2 children can help get the message out into our local community to help tackle this problem.
School council are collecting suggestions from classes for which charity they would like our Christmas Bauble money to be donated to.
An exciting upcoming competition this Spring...look out around school for posters soon!
Winning bauble designs! A huge thankyou to everyone who entered - £150 raised!
School council are holding a Christmas competition to raise money for Charity.
£1 to enter the 'design a Christmas bauble' competition!
We are very excited to announce that the prizes are bigger and better than ever as one of our school councillors has been very busy persuading local business to donate vouchers! Thankyou to The Chocolate Works, Paintpot and 4Kidz for their kind donations!
Closing Date - Friday 13th December 2019
Have a look at some of the Christmas Competition entries - keep them coming!
Attending the Remembrance Sunday service and wreath laying
Meet our 2019-20 Pendle School Council Members
Clitheroe Castle Bonfire Guy Fawkes Competition - Pendle Primary School Runners-Up Prize of £25 Well done School Council!
School Council 2019-20
Our School Council is made up of two pupils from each class in years 2-6 who are democratically elected to represent the views of all pupils and who work together to make Pendle Primary an even better school.
How do I get elected for the School Council?
Elections are held every year in the autumn term. At School Council election time you will need to prepare a mandate to persuade class member to vote for you, explain why you want to stand and what you plan to do to represent their views and ideas. Share with your class all the reasons why you would make a great School Councillor - perhaps you are full of good ideas, a good listener, maybe you are good at organising events and enthusiastic about making Pendle Primary even better!
After you have shared your ideas with your class, everyone in your class will be asked to vote. the elections for School Council are a good example of democracy: this means everyone in your class had the chance to be involved in deciding who will be the School Councillors, as everyone has a vote. We use a ballot box and votes are counted by our teacher returning officers. Our elections run just like the General Election that decides who is in government for the country.
School Council 2018 / 2019
School council have been busy judging all the fantastic entries to their road safety poster competition! Well done to all those who entered, we have been very impressed with the eye-catching designs! Winners to be announced in Friday's celebration assembly...
Road safety poster competition
School council were concerned with safety on the roads around our school, in particularly with where parents and carers were parking when dropping off and picking up children at the start and end of the school day.
To help tackle this they encouraged everyone in school to take part in the national walk to school week, with the class with the most children walking on th most days winning an extra playtime - well done class 3K!
They planned, practised and delivered an assembly for all the children in the school to raise awareness and improve road safety, giving the children some important safety messages to take home and share with their parents.
Their next step is to continue to raise awareness by holding a road safety poster competition.
School council presented a cheque to Crossroads Care for dementia charity. Pendle School Council raised £45 by holding a Christmas wrapping paper design competition, each class was asked to nominate a worthy local charity and a vote was held for the winning recipient. We hope the money will go to help support local families living with dementia.
Thank you to Clitheroe Lions for our new high-vis jackets.
Christmas Competition Winners
Meet your new School Council
Members of the School Council attended the Remembrance Service at St Mary's Church on Sunday 11th November 2018. We walked to the castle and joined in with the two minutes silence to commemorate the men who lost their lives in the war.
School Council 2017 / 2018
Some members of the School Council visited a local charity that works with people learning to speak, read and write English in Clitheroe.
We presented them with a cheque for £100.
A huge thank you to everybody who has taken part in our Easter Egg Competition
Well done! We have raised £70.
They are eggtastic!
Do you like our new School Council jumpers?
Thank you for all your kind donations at our Christmas performances. The School Council decided on the charity will would send half of the money to - Night Safe in Blackburn. We presented Jane from Night safe with a cheque for £400.
We are thinking of different sponsored events that we can hold in school to raise money for new playground equipment.
If you have any great ideas please tell your school council representative or put them in the comments box.
Design a Santa Suit Competition Winners
Some members of the School Council represented school at the Remembrance Service.
Meet the new School Council
2017 - 2018 Councillors
Harvest Food Bank Donations
Old and New Councillors