“I want to stay in the EAL Class forever!” – AP
“Netball club is good fun.” – SH
“I love school because I love learning!” – SG
“Science is great because we get to do experiments.” – NC
“My teacher is the best teacher ever!” – FR
“I enjoy energy club because I play games with my friends.” – AS
“Maths is my best lesson because I like doing my times tables.” – KH
“My teacher helps me when I don’t understand.” – AM
“I like the reward trips, especially lazer tag!” – JC
“Maths lessons are the best!” – SW
“I love EAL trips on the minibus.” – IL
“I love going on lots of trips.” – TR
“I use an ipad to help me check my work.” – LF
“When I finish my work I help other people.” – CB
“I like going to ‘Little Pears’ because its fun and I can play games.” – AB
“The football team is great!” – SL

School Council

At Hollymount School our School Council is a vital and active part of our school community. The council is made up of children from Year 3 to Year 6.

 

Every September a new School Council is voted in. To become a class member of the School Council children must make a short speech in front of their class and complete an application form. Votes are then taken within the class and two children will be voted in.

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As part of our School Council we have an elected Head Girl and Head Boy. This year our Head Girl is Danielle and the Head Boy is Robbie.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The School Council meets fortnightly to propose and take forward initiatives and projects on behalf of their peers, they also involved in strategic planning for school events.

 

Our focus in School Council at the minute is…

Designing and developing a new school library.  We are discussing what the library needs and hope to visit local libraries to get some ideas.  We also aim to send questionnaires to children, staff and parents to get their input and support and hope that some big local companies may donate books or furniture!  Its all very exciting to see what we can achieve!

 

School Council Visit . . .

The school council had a fantastic time at the Tolladine Center visiting an exhibition by some students from the University of the West of England.  They learnt about global warming and were shown ideas of how the Tolladine area could look if it was adapted in various ways.