A template that gives your class representatives the confidence to feedback to their class and a structure for bringing in new ideas and opinions.
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A simple template to keep track of what was decided in a meeting. Just focussing on the essentials.
Trying to create a short and simple but comprehensive policy for how school and class councils should work in a primary school.
This is brilliant, our first resource shared by a teacher and it’s an absolute corker! Chloe Doherty gave us this scheme of work she wrote for her year team last year. She wanted to get class councils off the ground as she recognised without them the school and year councils didn’t really mean much.
Template to make the cards for ‘Making it fun: getting to know your reps.’
This detailed template will help you ask all the questions you need to when planning a project.
Write the answers on to the sheet as use it as your guide throughout your project.
Use this .doc (Word) template to help create detailed minutes and agendas for your school council (or other) meetings.
It’s colour-coded to show you which bits to delete and where to add your own text.
This form will take you through all the basics of what you need to think about to plan an event.
Use it with the School Council Event Budget Form to plan a great event.
This form will help students who are planning an even to create a budget to see whether it will make or lose money.
Another copy of the form can be used to record what is actually spent and made, giving an overall profit.