School Council Team (2017-2018)



Year 6- Chairperson- Shaun

             Secretary- Brodie

             Vice-Chairperson-  Kelis

Year 5- Chairperson- Demileigh 

             Secretary- Christian

             Vice-Chairperson- Oliwier

Year 4- Chairperson- Nathaniel

             Secretary- Ruby

             Vice-Chairperson- Alivia 

Year 3- Chairperson- Brooke

             Secretary- Claudia

         Vice- Chairperson- Freddie

Why did you want to be part of St Bede's School Council?


"To show the school I am a good person and to be included. I have good ideas." - Brodie

"I'd like to be part because I'd like to help our school to be a better place." - Shaun

"I wanted to be vice-chairperson so I can represent our school and to help others." - Kelis

"I wanted to be a part of the team because I am a good presenter and a good role model." - Oliwier

"I wanted to be part of St.Bede's school council because I'm a good role model and I have good handwriting to make notes in the secretary's book." - Christian.

"I want to take care of our school. I am good at presentations too." - Demileigh

"I wanted to be part of the school council because I think I am a responsible person." - Nathaniel.

"I can multi task and I love making important decisions." - Ruby.

"I feel like I am responsible and I am good at speaking in front of people." - Alivia.

"I wanted to be vice-chairperson so I can help people and the school. " - Freddie.

"I am a good listener and I am good at writing. That's why I wanted to be a secretary." - Claudia.

"I am a good role model and a good leader. I am also a good listener." - Brooke.

Latest Update:

 Miss Stevenson, one of the Governors who will be attending our school council meetings regularly.


Anti- Bullying week: Monday 13th November- Friday 17th November 2017. 

Focus:  'All different. All equal.' 


St.Bede's school will be participating in this years Anti-Bullying campaign. Our school council will deliver an assembly on the importance of stopping bullying and how to appreciate that we are all unique.

Assembly practises are being held in the reception classroom with Miss Weatherill every lunchtime from 12.45-1.10pm.


All classes will undertake a PSHE lesson focusing upon 'all different, all equal.'


Upcoming events:


. Civic Centre presentation- Monday 27th November. Year 6 representatives will be taking part in sharing our whole school values and opinions to the mayor of Carlisle.