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School Council Elections

Once again, school council elections are taking place. The children are busy writing their manifestos before presenting them to their peers. Next week, children will use the voting booths to cast their vote to elect 2 children from each class from year 2 - year 6.
We are now in the process of electing our school councillors from year 2 up to year 6. Children from each class have written their own manifestos and have read them to their peers. Children have then voted for their favourite 3 boys and 3 girls. The main elections will take place in the school hall using voting booths and ballot boxes.

Class 7 read their manifestos to their peers.

Year 6 School Council Candidates considered their manifestos and presented them to the class. Following the presentations we went to the Polling Station to vote. We particularly discussed the rights of women and the Suffragette Movement who fought for a woman's right to vote. The girls are determined to always use their votes!

Here are some of the manifestos:

Class 7 and 8 vote for their favourite candidates.

Well done to the children who won the elections! You have been voted to represent your class on the school council. I look forward to our first meeting!