Warcop School Council 2018
Warcop's dedicated school council are made up of twelve individuals across the year groups. They are voted by school pupils after giving a presentation about why they want to be a councillor. This shows great courage and endurance to stand up and do this in assembly. The councillors give their time to organising and managing fundraising events within school, throughout the year.
On a daily basis, the school council run a tuckshop at morning break on an agreed rota. Tuckshop, offers healthy snacks for 20p per day. Friday is treat day!
Monday - Pancakes
Tuesday - Cheese Crackers
Wednesday - Brioche
Thursday - Tropical Fruits
Friday - Popcorn / Jaffa Cake
Yogurts and Raisins available throughout the week.
The School Council voted a 50/50 use of the Tuckshop funds which would support local and worldwide charities and purchasing play equipment for school and souvenirs for each child on school trips. The School Council support a boy in Tanzania; Omari Rashid, who lives in Mafia. He is supported by ActionAid, to receive a better education where he lives. The school council receives updates and pictures throughout the year about how he is doing. The school council will send postcard replies to Omari shortly.
The School Council are busy with their Tidy Friday project every week, which is run on a rota of councillors who ask volunteers to help clean up the litter around school. Team points are awarded for commitment and good effort.
School Council have a yearly meeting with the Governors to discuss their roles and responsibilities of how we can make Warcop C of E Primary School a better learning environment.