Rights Respecting School Council
Our Rights Respecting School Council is made up of representatives from Year 3 through to Year 6. There are 12 members in total. Miss Bateman assists the children to run the meetings effectively.
We discuss matters that arise in classes from class councils. We also discuss events such as fundraising, assemblies, behaviour around the school, the playground, lessons, money matters, reward systems, the library, sun safety, the environment and any other matters that arise that we feel are important to discuss.
We aim to meet once every month for a half an hour.
The Intervention Room.
The Rights Respecting School council at St. Luke's is made up of children who are voted by their class to be representatives for them. At the beginning of the new academic year, children discuss in their classes the responsibilities and qualities that they think would be important in our school council. Children are voted in to the council by their peers and two representatives from each class are chosen.
The meetings are run by the elected chairperson and the vice chairperson. The secretary and treasurer also play important roles as they record the minutes and keep a log of any “wishes” they may have that require funds.
All class representatives are allowed their time to speak and to be listened to. We value all comments and think about how we can make improvements in and around our school and community.