School CouncilFebruary 21, 2021 2021-10-12 16:47
The school council works to make improvements to the school and the way we do things at Al Ameen. We look for things that could be better and discuss what to do. Everyone gets a chance to speak and when we’ve finished we vote on the best ideas and then start working on changing things. Sometimes we have to talk to Ustadh Mumin or other teachers to help us with our ideas.
Who are the school councillors?
School councillors are elected every year by school pupils. Two councillors are voted in from each class (years 1 – 6).
|Year 1||Ayyan Zaman & Aminah Patel|
|Year 2||Khadija Khan Kheil & Abdullah Mohtasham|
|Year 3||Anaya Kashif & Abdur Rahman|
|Year 4||Hamzah Sufi|
|Year 5||Eesha Awan & Ahmed Osman|
|Year 6||Khadija Ahmed & Hasan Ahmed|
The minutes are the notes that we take at the meetings; they explain what we said and what will happen next. If your class representative was at the meeting their name will be present.
We try to be very professional in the council so we use a lot of business words. Hopefully this will help.
Agenda – a list of things to talk about
Councillor – someone who has been voted for to work for their class mates on the school council
Minutes – the notes taken during a meeting so people can see what goes on
Motion – an idea for the council to discuss
What School Council Representatives have to do
The things you’ll be expected to do are …
- Speak on behalf of the rest of your class
- Make important decisions about all sorts of things
- Attend regular meetings and give up your own time to do project wor<k/li>
- Take everyone’s comments seriously
- Make sure the minutes are displayed in your class
- Report back to your class all of the decisions that the council makes
The Perfect Schools Council Representative
The kind of person you need to be is …
- Approachable; that is someone that other people feel comfortable coming up and talking to.
- Cheerful and enthusiastic
- Get along well with people
- Have good concentration
- Be a good listener (look at the person who’s talking)
- Be a good explainer
- Respect other people’s ideas ~ be open minded
- Confident ~ don’t be shy
- Don’t think about yourself and what you want ~ you’re there to speak for everyone