At Mudeford Junior School, we have a strong pupil voice which is represented by our elected school councillors. These are a few things that the School Council members have to say....
My Favourite part as a school councillor was when we represented our school at Waitrose in Christchurch and helped lots of people choose fairtrade as we are a fairtrade school after all - Jessica Harris Year 5
I wanted to be a school councillor because I wanted to help everyone have a say in all matter affecting them. Also, to make the school a better place and help everyone to have a better education - Logan Smith Year 4
I wanted to be a school councillor because I wanted to be kind and listen to others - Sophie Jauns Year 3
I like being a school councillor because I can help people and see a big smile on their faces - Ruby Brewer Year 3
I wanted to be a school councillor because I wanted to let you have your say in the things we do as we are a rights respecting school. I wanted to make the school a better place - Theo Armour Year 4
In 4 years as a school council member, I have partnered different people who all bring something different to the table. The best bit is seeing us all work in harmony. Anyone can stand as a class representative - Adam Brocklesby Year 6