Ewyas Harold Primary School

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School Council              

Ewyas Harold is very proud of our super school council. Over the last few years the council have raised money for a number of important causes and made some effective changes to the school. They have held events, cake sales and organised non uniform days, to name but a few.  Who knows what they will achieve in the coming year?

The school council is run and led by the pupils, and supported by Mrs Gething.  They meet on a regular basis and children take an active role in making decisions and discussing suggestions on behalf of the other pupils. Representatives are elected democratically, with children nominating themselves and the other pupils voting for their favourite candidate, following a short speech by each child wishing to be considered for the role. Every year group throughout the school has two school council representatives (except for Reception). The Reception children are represented by the Year 6 Vice Presidents. Council members raise issues brought to them by other children in their class and feedback any decisions. School council regularly report back to the rest of the school during assemblies.

 School Council gives everyone a voice and makes sure your voice is heard. We can make changes to help our school and the world around us.  Ruby


2021/22 School Council members - these were elected Sept 2021

Year 1 - Paris and Rosie

Year 2 - Ava and Robin

Year 3 - Josh and Kai

Year 4 - Phoebe and Sonny

Year 5 - George and Tillie

Year 6 (vice presidents) - Arran and Maisie

Year 6 (presidents) - James and Molly


22nd October 2021 - Pumpkin Judging

The School Council closely examined the many fabulous entries to the Pumpkin Carving competition on the last day of Half Term. Everyone was dressed in their spooky best clothes and our fabulous PTFA generously donated prizes for the winning pumpkin in every year group.


11th November 2021

The School Council have been busy selling slap bands, keyrings, wristbands and poppies on behalf of the British Legion, raising over £270.