Pupils’ Council Information Board Pupils’ Council Newsletter November 2019
What some of our Pupil’s Council have to say about their work:
From Isabelle Malone 5th class:
I really enjoyed being on the Student Council. When I first started I got to help with watering the class flowers. I loved doing that and more recently I got to help with the Active Flag. I really felt like I was helping the school in a small way, but I am glad that someone else will now get the chance to help the school as well. I hope they enjoy it as much as I did.
From Saoirse Lundberg 4th Class:
The student council was a great influence for me. It taught me how to speak up. I made new friends on the student council, I loved bringing the equipment out to the yard, I loved bringing the suggestions to the meetings and reading them. I loved everything.
I just want to thank Ms Bermingham and Ms Reidy for everything they did.
From Chloe Stanford:
Hi my name is Chloe I am in 4th class.
As a pupils council representative I will try to make the school a better place.
I will try and do this by being honest and kind and set an example to all the other pupils in the school .
If anyone has any suggestions for ways we could improve the school you can tell someone on the pupils council.
I will be suggesting that cooking and baking will be introduced for classes from 3rd to 6th.
And from Isabelle Malone:
Three things I like about the student council:
1. I like that everyone gets together to talk about making things better in the school.
2. I like that I get to meet new people from different classes.
3. I like that I get to bring ideas from my class to the student council.
One thing that could improve the student council meetings:
1. I have only been to two meetings but to make the meetings more fair, I would suggest that every member is given time to speak at each meeting.
Meet our Pupil’s Council members past and present!
Pupil’s Council meet with Alan Farrell TD