School Council Members
Ysgol Llandduals has a very active School Council which has been established since 2005 and is now an important body at school. The School Council provides pupils with a ‘voice ‘ within the school. Two representatives are elected from each year group from year 1 to year 6 and pupils serve for the whole of an academic year. Pupils are invited to apply to become school council members and say why they would be good! Pupils then vote to choose the members for the year. Meetings with Miss McIntosh and out parent/governor representative are held every other Monday. The rep for this term is Mrs Bell (governor).
Officials are elected from members of Year 6 at the beginning of each year. Minutes are taken at each meeting and actions are recorded. The Council has a budget of £50 a term and members decide on expenditure after liaising with their peers. They have a notice board which informs the rest of the school of events and actions. They regularly fundraise throughout the year and make donations to charities of their choice. So far this year they have donated money to Hope House and the Haiti appeal.
We are very proud of the work of our School Council and the very responsible manner in which they carry out their duties within the school . They are involved in self evaluation and understand that they are important in securing school improvement.