Gifford Government, formally known as ‘School Council’ is formed by a representative from every class from Year 1 to Year 6, including our Hearing Impaired Unit.
Reps nominate themselves and are then voted in by their class members and are identified with a Gifford Government badge.
Miss Robinson helps run the Gifford Government and they all meet regularly to discuss issues that affect our pupils. They also discuss and implement changes and events in the school, such as charities to support and how we will support them, which competitions we take part in as a school and the recruitment of new staff. They provide feedback on important parts of school life such as: activities we would like to see more of or introduced, equipment and resources needed, attendance, school meals and all school events such as assemblies.
Any child in the school that would like an issue raised at a meeting can approach their class representative and they will represent that person and discuss the issue at the next meeting.
|What has the Gifford Government worked on over the past years?|
|Gifford Government 2021-22|
|Why being part of Gifford Government is important|