The School Council is made up of one child from each year group elected by their peers each term. They meet regularly to discuss ways in which they can make changes the children would like to see to improve the school for all the pupils here. The school council has a notice board and suggestions box in the entrance corridor where pupils can put their ideas or share their concerns. The School Council also consider ideas put to by staff and FOBS (Friends of Beasmsley School)
Some of the achievements of the school council include raising money for local, national and international charities; ensuring playtime equipment is replenished regulary; setting up a book swap scheme and collecting and collating suggestions about the outdoor learning area.
This opportunity to be a school councillor is very enjoyable and gives the children a sense of empowerment and pride.