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School Council

Our School Council has 22 members, two children from each key stage 1 and key stage  2 class. The children are elected to the School Council by their peers. They take whole school issues and ideas from their own class and feed them into the School Council. They also share ideas and decisions from School Council with their class. Decisions made within School Council can, and do, have a real impact on the rest of the school.


Do you know who your school councillor is?


What ideas do you have to improve our school?

Meet our School Council Members for 2019-20.

The School Council have been very busy working on a environmental project in the Spring Term 2019. The children decided to enter into the Better Energy School Awards Project. The children chose to take part in the Totally Creative category; for the environmentally themed art work. The school council created a cleaner planet mural model; which they used by recycling materials to build and also to show the affects of pollution around the world. Well done to the school council members for being so creative.

School Council upholding our values Assembly Friday 12th October 2018 - School Councillors have been chosen and one of their firsts task will be to decide what charities we will be supporting with money raised from non- uniform days and special meals. They have already identified 2 children in their classes who uphold our school values. These certificates were given out to pupils on 12.10.18. Over the Autumn term school council will be looking at environmental issues such as monitoring litter around the school, the children will also be encouraging their peers to recycle.

February 2018 school council visited City Hall, the children explored the history of London and watched a live debate on water waste. This experience taught our school council members how London is run by the Mayor and how much work is put into making London a better place for everyone.

The school council visited Ealing Town Hall in November 2017 to meet the Mayor of Ealing. The children enjoyed a great presentation on how democracy applies to our borough and how we apply Britsh Values at Tudor. The children had the chance to sit in the parliament chambers too. 

Everybody reads - even our local MP Mr Sharma and our governors find time to dip into a book. What do you enjoy reading?