School Council Assembly

The school council is a very important part of the school's community as it where students can voice their opinions and thoughts. They do this in their school houses. The house representatives then bring this to the table at the meeting which is held in assembly, so the whole school can be part of the process. On the agenda this month was 'Dream School' looking and discussing what things they would introduce or change about the school building to make it a perfect school.

Belvue School Council Ideas

Autumn 1 04.11.16

Topic

Shared Ideas

Oak House

  • A new library

  • New games area

  • Sleep over room

  • Aquarium

  • Swimming pool

  • Bigger playground

  • Bigger car park

  • New hall for lunch and PE

  • A second story

  • Wider corridors

  • Climbing wall

  • Pond area wit animalHorse Chestnut House

  • Colourful windows

  • Pe cupboard outside

  • A second story

  • Bigger classrooms and hall

  • Indoor gym

  • Muga with atro turf

  • Wider corridors

  • Music room wit more equipment

  • A soft room

  • Higher ceilings

  • More ict equipment

  • Games room

Sycamore House

KS3

- proper Tennis courts and Basketball court outside

- sensory room/ Quiet/ Soft play room

-A proper music room

- A drama room with a stage

  • A games room

KS4

- Bigger corridors

- Astro turf in the Muga

- nicer toilets that aren’t "smelly" and are more private

- Lockers for students

- new bigger changing rooms

KS5

- A bigger Hall

- High ceilings and windows that open more

- Chill out area/ relaxation space

- Bigger classrooms with sound proof walls

- Outdoor seating

Horse Chestnut House

  • Colourful windows

  • Pe cupboard outside

  • A second story

  • Bigger classrooms and hall

  • Indoor gym

  • Muga wit atro turf

  • Wider corridors

  • Music room wit more equipment

  • A soft room

  • Higher ceilings

  • More ict equipment

  • Games room

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