Any child from Year 1 to Year 6 can be elected as a School Councillor.
Each class will have their own councillor who will represent them at meetings and help in the decision making processes at Bishopton Primary School.
To be elected as a School Councillor is a real honour and our councillors are proud of their positions.
Meetings are held regularly, with Lisa from the office as the adult representative and liaison. Every councillor is given the opportunity to speak and express their thoughts.
Please find below our School Councillors for 2019-2020.
Every member of Bishopton Primary School works hard to develop the opportunities that the children have during the school year. As a partnership, staff members and the School Council organise a variety of visits and theme days as well as making life at our school even better.
Who is the School Council representative for your class?
Find out about what the council have been up to below. Information will be updated throughout the year...
Christmas Shoe Box Appeal 2019
(The children achieved 49 shoe boxes full of gifts for children in Romania and helped load the van to send them over to the children in time for Christmas).
Working closely with Cafe Wrap (the dementia cafe)
(The children have helped to design and paint floral patterns on planters to brighten up the outside area of the dementia cafe which is located in our community centre).
Fundraising for Australia during their bushfires
(The councillors created a large map of Australia on the hall floor and completely filled it with coins which had been donated by children form the school. The money raised was sent to help the relief effort in Australia during their devastating bushfires earlier in 2020.