Appleton School Council
We are very lucky at Appleton to have a considerate and diligent school council who meet regularly during lunch time to discuss issues, projects and put forward the views of their classmates.
Our council works together to think about ways to improve the school, looks out for issues to be dealt with, listens to other pupils’ views and most importantly cares about our school and is determined to make a difference.
Our school council members are elected each year by the pupils in their class and is managed by Mrs Spicer. Each class from Year 2 to Year 6 elects two children to represent their class on the council.
We also have a Head boy and Head girl from Year 6 to represent our school.
“Big shout out to the teachers – doing a great job.”
“Resources have been really helpful and provided challenge.”
“You do an amazing job with our children.”
“Thank you from myself and my boys – we just wanted to show our appreciation.”
“Had a lovely morning visiting the school. It’s always a pleasure to meet with teachers who value the importance of the Arts in education.”
“It looks like the children are really enjoying themselves.”
“Very enthusiastic pupils with lots of energy and impeccable behaviour.”
“Fantastic school, students were brilliant. Thanks for having us.”
“Thank you to all teachers. Good teaching changes lives.”
“My son is sad to be leaving Appleton. He has loved his time at the school.”
“Thank you for your support at this time – it has really meant a lot.”
“Thank you for your efforts, it makes a huge difference to the kids!”
“Thanks as always for putting the school work onto the website for my children.”
“Thank you to everyone involved in producing that work as it is a perfect indicator of what levels and subjects to go with.”
“The children were an absolute delight, full of smiles and energy. Thank you for a lovely afternoon.”