Our School Council


In our school we have School Councillors in all classes from Year 1 upwards who meet once a month. Children in Years 1, 3 & 5 vote for their class representative on the School Council and the members then elect a President and Secretary. Members usually stay on the Council for 2 years.

All of the children have the opportunity to make suggestions about how to improve the school or what we would like to change.  The children can put their suggestions in a 'suggestion box' and the Council decides which ideas would be most beneficial to us all. We take notes at our meetings and then take our ideas to Mr Williams. 

Recent activities suggested by the School Council included the huge success of, The Bake Off'. The Bake Off saw the school win first place at national level, given by the Community Education Awards. Children, parent's and grandparent's enjoyed this activty and it brought the school community closer together. Halton Council where that impressed by the initiative they adapted the idea and used it to promote healthy eating in schools around Halton. Message in a Bottle created some beautiful messages being spread through out the school and further. The messages made everybody feel loved and special. We had messages left at work places as well as football changing rooms! Finally, our biggest event took place a the end of the year, where we hosted a picnic to raise funds for the Manchester bombing attack. Over £1300 was raised through the generosity of the parents, friends and family members. We also had a great time eating the picnic in our classrooms. 

Suggestions for an Outside Stage, Picnic Tables and a Tee Pee were granted . They were  built during the spring and the children love playing on the stage aswell as eating their school lunches on the picnic tables. 

We all hope that we can work together to keep on improving our wonderful school! We look forward to hearing suggestions of how we can improve our school and to events we have planned. Watch this space. 

School Council

Our award winning project in support of Great British Bake Off winner Nadiya Hussain.

Our campaign to spread happiness ~ "Message In a Bottle" was a secret mission of leaving people kind messages in a bottle randomly left for them to find. The winning message was lef in front of The Prince Kahlifa Stadium, Doha, Qatar.

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Contact the School

Lunt's Heath Primary School

Wedgewood Drive

Main Contact: All enquiries Mrs A Woodward or Mrs P Craig (Office) / complaints Mr A Williams (Headteacher) / Allegations Against Adults Mr A Williams or Mr P Busow (Chair of Governors)

Tel: 0151 423 3322
Fax: 0151 420 6977

SEN Contact: Special Needs Mrs S Taylor (SENDCO) via the school office