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"St Simon's mission is to work, learn, pray and play together to fulfil God's unique plan for each and every one of us."

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"St Simon's mission is to work, learn, pray and play together to fulfil God's unique plan for each and every one of us."

Our School Council

Our School Council.

                Our School Councillors.



Year 1.  Kylah and Dominic.

Year 2.  Mikolaj and Isabelle.

Year 3.  Malaika and Benji.

Year 4. Logan and Hanna.

Year 5. Hanoc and Kasper.

Year 6.  Oliwia, Marissa,Lea,


             Ciara A, Matteo and Daisie.



What is the school council ?

Our school council is a group of pupils who represent the views of all children across the school, and give them the opportunity to make their voices heard and feel part of our school community.


We help to make changes and improvements, to make the school a nicer place for everyone.


Our School council has representatives from each year group .We listen and make decisions to improve our school. We can ask questions of our school leaders and help to fill in the gaps that they don’t see.

We act as role models and help the children in our school to keep our school values and five caring c’s and develop into good citizens.

We organise fundraising events for charities and find ways to support our local community and protect the environment.



What makes a good school councillor?

  • A School Councillor needs to be able to:                                                    
  •  speak out
  • take their role seriously
  • put across good ideas
  • care for others
  • be a good role model who can be trusted
  • be reliable
  • keep to the subject
  • show enthusiasm


How to become a school councillor.

At St Simon’s every class from years 1-6 chooses two representatives to be members of the school council.

•Voting for council members takes place at the beginning of the school year.

•Before they are voted for, nominees have to give a speech to their class explaining why they want to be on the council.


What will our school council do?


  • The school council will hold regular meetings to discuss ways in which we can improve our school.
  • The Councillors from each year group will present the views of their classmates. They will provide feedback in a number of ways:
  • through the school website
  • in class discussions and assemblies
  • using the School Council noticeboard.
  • The school council also meet with the school governors to discuss their plans for the year ahead.

What the school council could change?


There are many projects and aspects of school life that the School Council could get involved with such as:

  • Lunchtimes/Playtimes
  • Areas around school e.g. cloakrooms, toilets
  • Equipment for our playground
  • ICT equipment/suggest apps for iPads
  • School environment – Litter – Recycling
  • Raising money for charity
  • Improving our classrooms
  • Helping to organise special events/competitions
  • Helping shape our curriculum                                                                                                             
  • Helping to build networks to support our local community



How can pupils contribute their ideas?


If you would like to put your ideas forward to the school council:

• Speak to a school council representative.

• Post your ideas in the suggestion box which or hand them to your class councillor.

A School Council Summary by Kavithan

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Our Current projects.





Look what we achieved in the last Year.



We asked all pupils how we could make our school better.

They asked for climbing equipment on our KS 2 playground.

We  decided that this will be a good project and will spend the money we have raised in the last few years and our sports fund to build it.

We have canvassed all classes to find out which design they preferred.


Year 6 school councillors had a site visit with Mr. McCabe before the end of February2022 and building started April 2022 and was completed May 2022.




Lenten Fundraising 2023

Lenten Activities 2023.

Our Mission and Values

"St Simon's mission is to work, learn, pray and play together to fulfil God's unique plan for each and every one of us."

Read Our Vision & Values

Trust Information

St Simon of England RC Primary School is an academy, and part of the Kent Catholic Schools’ Partnership. The Kent Catholic Schools’ Partnership is an exempt charity and a company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales under company registration number 08176019 at registered address: Barham Court, Teston, Maidstone, Kent, ME18 5BZ. St Simon of England RC Primary School is a business name of Kent Catholic Schools’ Partnership.