The School Council are elected each year. A class vote takes place and a boy and girl from each class are selected to represent their class and be the voice of the children in school. Mrs Thompson supports the School Council at meetings and events.
We hold regular meetings to discuss a variety of different topics which are then shared with the classes across school.
Over the years, the School Council have been involved in the running of Fair Trade events and fundraising for events such as Children in Need, Comic Relief and the Macmillan Coffee Mornings.
We have elected a new School Council who are working hard to find ways in which St. Thomas' can support our local and global communities. Please see our poster and video below for our exciting new initiative for this term!!!
Check out our new Fairtrade page on the School website (under 'More'). The school council are teaming together with the Eco Warriors to celebrate Fairtrade Fortnight. We have organised a Fairtrade tuck shop and we will be sharing our Fairtrade learning from each class in an assembly.
The School Council have begun meeting in school again and together we have decided to help people in need around Christmas time. We have a new 'Food Bank' box outside the school office for people to donate non-perishable goods e.g. pasta, rice, toiletries etc. These will be donated and distributed to people who are finding it difficult to cope or just need an extra helping hand. Please see the letter on Parent Mail for more information.
Autumn Term 2021
We have held meetings this term and come up with a few ideas to support our local community and the wider community.
Children In Need
In November we organised a PJ day for the whole school to raise money for Children In Need! We had a great day, please look on class pages to see us comfy in our PJs & onesies! We raised £218!!
Fylde Foodbank Collection Point
To help our local community, we have created a donation box at the front of school to support Fylde Food bank. We have written a letter to explain how our school community can help those in need and the items which are currently in short supply. We thank you in advance for your support.
Our School Councillors for 2021-22