School Council

Adelaide Primary School have representatives from across the school who meet with Mrs Philip to discuss improvements their class would like to make at the school. Councillors are voted by members of their class.

The aims of the School Council

  • To help make school a safe, happy and fun place to learn.
  • To help teach us about democracy and good citizenship.
  • To work in partnership with all adults in the school.
  • To make sure every child has a voice.

The role of a School Councillor:

  • To work as a team to improve our school.
  • To listen to all suggestions and consider how they can make our school happier.
  • To attend and participate in School Council meetings.
  • To share information from meetings with children in our class.

‘There is a very strong focus on checking on how well different groups of pupils are learning, so that any falling behind can be immediately helped to make better progress’…

OFSTED comments

‘Leaders leave no stone unturned to ensure that the very diverse school population is treated equally and that there is a relentless focus on driving up pupil performance’…

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‘The harmonious relationships among all groups, from a wide variety of backgrounds, are a strength of the school’…

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‘Teaching and learning are consistently good. As a result most pupils make good progress in reading, writing and mathematics from often significantly below-average starting points’…

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‘Parents are overwhelmingly supportive, commenting very positively on the school’s many strong features’…

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‘Staff morale is high, team spirit is very strong, and all are committed to continued improvement. This helps to explain why the school is continuing to improve’…

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‘Children make a good start in the early years because of good teaching’…

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‘The range of enrichment activities the school provides is excellent and contributes a great deal to pupils’ learning’…

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‘The highly successful promotion of pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is at the heart of the school’s work’…

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‘Pupils feel very safe in school because of the school’s rigorous approach to keeping them safe’…

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‘The excellent relationships between teachers and their pupils ensure lessons are purposeful and enjoyable’…

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‘Pupils contribute significantly to the successes of the school through their outstanding behaviour and readiness to learn’…

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