Egerton Church of England

Primary School

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School Council

Egerton School Council

The school council at Egerton CE Primary School is made up of two representatives from each year group from Year 1 through to Year 6, and is led by Mrs Mobbs, Deputy Headteacher.  It provides children with the opportunity to voice their opinions and have their views taken into account in decisions which impact upon them. As well as making improvements to the school, the school council finds ways to support our local community and beyond. Each school council member is invited to contribute to meetings and discuss thoughts and ideas from their year group.


School Council representatives must have the following personal qualities:

  • Reliable

  • Responsible

  • Friendly and approachable

  • Good at listening to everyone

  • Able to remember things

  • Honest and sensible

  • Hardworking and organised

  • Share information clearly and concisely

  • Represent the School Values

  • Demonstrate exemplary behaviour


School Council representatives will be asked to carry out the following tasks:

  • Attend meetings, turn up on time and be interested

  • Listen to the views and opinions of the class and bring them to the meeting

  • Report everyone’s ideas and opinions even if they are not their own

  • Bring ideas to the meeting that will make the school a better place

  • Feedback information to their class

  • Present information during Worship

  • Wear their badge so people know that they are a School Council member


School Council Representatives 2022 - 2023



Theo & Ivy 


Lola & Thomas


Ava & Ben 


Betsy & Kaiden


Dougie & Holly 


William & Jacob


School Council 2021-2022

The school council selected the four charities that the school would support through the year:





The House Captains worked with the school council members to organise charity day events. Children enjoyed the fun themed days and taking part in a range of different activities in order to raise money, which included a basketball hoop challenge, a cat themed day, a cake sale and even a break the rules day to name but a few.

We are proud to have raised over £3,000 to support these charities.


The school council discussed how the playground was used and debated changes to improve it. Over several weeks and discussions with their classes, council members selected new playground markings for playground games as well as for learning. The new markings were added to the playground over the summer holidays.