Well done to all of the children that stood for election for a place in the School Council. Each candidate ran their own campaign to gain the votes from their own classes and the final decisions were made by all children voting at our Polling Station on the School Council election day! The results were very close between all candidates but we are pleased to announce that a new councillor has been elected for each KS1 class.
The School Council plays an important role at Beulah, regularly meeting to represent their own class and share ideas about matters that are important to themselves and their friends. Through these meetings, senior leaders were informed that children from across the school had requested more exciting outside learning areas in years one and two and other classes asked for their classroom reading corners to be improved. During our school enterprise week, each class chose how they would raise money for these improvements – some children dressed as Superheroes, one class wore their own clothes, one class held a goal scoring competition and another class held a cake sale. The children are now enjoying their inviting reading corners and the outside learning areas, when the weather permits!
What new ideas will the children of Beulah have this year?