The Rosary School Council represents the views of all our pupils. It gives pupils the opportunity to have a voice and to be key members of the school community. The aim of the school council is to help each other and improve life in and around the school.
School Council Members 2020-21
The School Council consists of 2 representatives from each class. At the start of the academic year all pupils are invited to volunteer to stand for election. The class elects its representatives after hearing each candidates manifesto. School council meetings are held every half term. Here the elected members raise and discuss issues on behalf of their class.
The school council have highlighted some of the good work completed by the School Council.
The ways in which the school council have helped develop the school
- We campaigned for a crossing warden on Bridge road and we now have a lollipop man (Mr Lewis) in place.
- To improve fire safety in the new building, we requested a fire exit to be put in the school Library. This has now been installed.
- The school council recommended the salad bar at dinnertime offer a wider variety of items and noticeable changes have been made.
- Following our request a second water fountain has been installed in the playground.
- We asked for a girl’s football club and this is now taking place on Wednesday’s after school.
- We assisted West Midlands Police with their Big Tidy Litter Picking Campaign.
- Democracy - We learnt about how the laws of the country are made
- Parliament - We learnt about the different parts of parliament and how they operate
- Citizenship - We now understand why it is important for us to be good citizens.
What we are planning to do this year - Citizenship
- Working with the local residents at St. Peter’s housing association.
- Working with the parishioners at the Rosary Church
- Liam Byrne MP visited The Rosary Catholic Primary School and talked about his role as an MP and issues relating to Saltley and Alum Rock.
- We visited the Houses of Parliament in London and met our local MP Liam Byrne there.
- We visited the Council Chambers at Birmingham City Council House.