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SCHOOL COUNCIL

 

Our School Council Reps were excited to share some new board games with classes this week! These are to add and improve wet-play boxes. This is something they have been collecting ideas for since it was suggested by pupils in weekly meetings.  They made it happen!

 

 

SCHOOL COUNCIL AT MONEGA

Our School Council is made up of two students per class who are elected to represent the views of all pupils within our school.
 
Reps meet every Wednesday to discuss and find solutions to issues that have been raised by children across our school.  This may include ideas for playground improvement, school lunches, celebrations, assemblies and ideas for fundraising events.

Members of our School Council are responsible for holding a weekly class meeting and actioning the ideas that have been agreed, with the help of their teachers.

Through our School Council meetings, all pupils have the opportunity share ideas and take part in discussions that result in reaching a democratic solution. Pupils at Monega know that this is their school and that their thoughts and ideas matter.

DID YOU KNOW?

The word democracy describes a form of government.  The word comes from two Greek words that mean “rule by the people.”  In a democracy the people have a say in how the government is run. They do this by voting. Democracy is one of the five British Values and at Monega we vote for who we want to represent our class as a School Council Rep. 

REPS 2019/2020

 

YEAR 1

1R - Aftab & Hannah

1C – Sameera & Junaid

1M – Jacob & Ellie

YEAR 2

2A -Sania and Rumman

2D - Emilie-Rose & Ridwan

2P – Hisham & Nusaybah

YEAR 3

3M - Eliza-Rose & Inaaya

3S – Nabeeha & Azlan

3L – Amber-Lily & Hamim

YEAR 4

4S – Aroosh & Hassan

4M – Umayr &  Juwariyah

4H – Saira & Sara

YEAR 5

5FR – Madahav

5N – Samantha & Talha

5P – Maisa & Muhammad Jibreel

YEAR 6

6W – Fiifi & Simrit

6B – Caelan & Humayra

6S – Yunus & Tanaaz​

 

'AGENTS FOR CHANGE 2019' WORKSHOP IN NEWHAM

Our Year 4 School Council Reps represented Monega at the 'Agents for Change 2019' workshop in Newham. 12 schools came together from our borough to share ideas, develop team work and meet key visitors from our local council. It was also a chance to celebrate leadership skills and gain a deeper understanding of how positive behaviours can affect others. They left feeling inspired and full of ideas to share with our School Council.