Christ the Redeemer Primary School
Our School Council is made from 12 pupils who will be selected by democratic elections in September of each year. Each kid thinking about becoming a councillor writes a manifesto and launches their very own campaign, giving a speech to their course highlighting the reason why they should be voted onto the council. There was a course representative from each class from P4 to P7.
The college Council plays a very important part within our school. The 12 councillors help to make Christ the Redeemer a nicer place for students and staff. For several years, all decisions about kids were created by grownups, but at Christ the Redeemer, we believe the pupils will be able to talk on their own. Schools function better when pupils and teachers will work collectively and listening to one another.
The council meet once a month. Meetings consist of the councillors proposing new a few ideas, airing classmate's views, producing sources; including movies, posters and leaflets to promote council emails and also to monitor healthier meal charters.
The targets because of this year includes:
*To advertise healthier eating habits through the upkeep of a healthier lunch.
(Unicef Rights, Article 24: Health & wellness solutions.)