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School Council

Welcome to our School Council!

At Kings Road we have an effective and thoughtful School Council who meet each half term to  discuss the pupils' ideas about how to make learning at Kings Road even more fun. Each school councillor has made a suggestion box for their classroom, they can record suitable ideas to bring to the next meeting.  


Mission Statement
Our School Council aim is to make Kings Road School an environment where everyone can be safe, comfortable and happy. 

The School Council is made up of children from Year 3 to Year 6 who have been nominated and elected by the children in their class.




          Simaab Sajid  Head Girl          

    Sahil Ahmed  Head Boy



Member of the council are:

Nimraa Tariq                 6W
Zaid Jalil 6R
Nabeel Malik 5HG
Uzair Yassar 5A
Dwen Aziz 4W
Nawal Shafqat 4MF
Rehan Hussain 3E
Abrar Tanjaoui 3B
Halimah Sadiq 3HM


School Council brilliant Ideas!

These are all our amazing ideas so go ahead and read!

Sports Equipment

We had order a new sports kit for teams to wear when representing school at different sport competitions.

Mrs. Grimsley is looking intro funding from M.U.G.A for an astroturf pitch.

Anti-bulling  Ambassadors

The anti-bullying ambassadors came to the meeting to tell school council members what they had learned at the ABA training at Man Utd by the Diana Stand Up Foundation.

They would like to set up a worry box to be put by the old school hall for children to access. The ABA would follow up any notes put in the box.
If children want to put their name and class only, they can discuss  with ABA what their problem is.

They would like to set up a sorry box which is similar to the worry box but in this you write your regrets to get them off your conscience.

Noor is making a Friendship Scrapbook of photos of acts of kindness that she notices around school to highlight and use the book as a discussion tool and “to cheer children up!”