The Ethos Council plays a vital role in our school, representing the views of the children. At the start of the school year, the children were given the opportunity to put themselves forward for the Ethos Council by writing their own manifesto. Each KS2 class, got to vote for two candidates from their class, the two elected children were rewarded with a badge and a place on the Ethos Council.
The Ethos Council meet once a fortnight and are supported by Miss Smith.
This year we have really been thinking about trying to make a difference in school. In November, the Ethos Council met up to discuss different ways to focus on generosity and compassion. This is now being voted on by KS2. Before Christmas, the Ethos Council will collate the data and discuss a way to follow the school's wishes.
The council are working to create Anti-Bullying posters to go up around the school. The posters are to inform children in school how to deal with bullies and what to do if they need help. This is something all the children are very passionate about.