Welcome to our School Council Page!
The School Council at Middleton empowers all pupils to have a voice.
At the beginning of the Autumn term, each year group had the opportunity to elect two school councillors; one boy and one girl. Each child who wanted to be considered for the role had to present to the class why they felt they would be a good representative, acting as the voice between pupils and staff.
It isn’t an easy job; organisation and listening skills are vital! The successful representatives for 2018-19 are:
Year 1- Grace Mullen and Edward Santo
Year 2 – Freya Powis and Lynden Worrel
Year 3 – Phoebe Lucas and Jack Flynn
Year 4 – Tommy Pope and Immy Bailey
Year 5 – Austin Chaplin and Kuhu Agarwal
Year 6 – JeVonte Hewlett and Eve Johnston
You can recognise our school councillors by the school council badges they wear with pride. There is also a display in the small hall with all their photos on. Keep an eye on the school council board for up and coming charitable events and don’t forget: if you have a suggestion for how to improve the school or an idea for fund-raising, please let your school council representative know.
Together we can make Middleton an even more amazing place to be.
Look out for these children, they are your school councilors!
The School Council has worked with their peers to help choose some exciting new playground equipment. During the summer term something big and exciting will be installed on the grass between the playground and the MUGA!
The School Council has been busy asking their year groups for ideas for possible future after school or lunchtime clubs that could be held at Middleton. These ideas have been passed on to Mr Beaumont, who is in consultation with various sports providers to try and arrange some new activities. Since then more clubs have been offered e.g. Technology Club, Girls Football with MK Dons, Year 2 Basketball and Dance clubs etc.
The School Council has also been busy running various charitable events. This year they have raised money to support Jeans for Genes day, Children in Need, Save the Children's Christmas Jumper day, Sports Relief and many others.