School Councillors

Below are links to some short video clips made by our Year 6 School Councillors talking about their experiences at HGJS;

Ruben Myburgh – School Councillor                                              Jeevan Sekhon – School Councillor

Barney Barker – School Councillor                                                 Brooke Hingerton Keen – School Councillor

Daisy Sharp – School Councillor                                                      Aaron Grant – School Councillor

Brooke Hingerton Keen
School Councillor

My name is Brooke Hingerton Keen. I’m a member of school council. I make decisions for lots of things. What I most like about being on school council is making people more happy in school and out. Our school is giving chocolate to help more people.

Joseph Needham Needham
School Councillor

Hi and my name is Joseph Needham. I wanted to be a school councillor because I thought I would make good choice with the other school councillors. I like being a school councillor since I go to meetings and discuss what is happening and also what we need to decide on.

Soraya Newens
School Councillor

I wanted to be a school councillor because I thought it would be nice to help children and make the school a place that will improve every day.

Daisy Sharp
School Councillor

My name is Daisy Sharp. I am a school councillor. This is my very first job I have had since I started school. Thank you, Year 6. We have made lots of good decisions.

Lydia Davy
School Councillor

I wanted to be a school councillor because I thought it would be fun and it is fun. There are excellent meetings and I love making agreements.

Rebecca Taylor
School Councillor

Hi. I am Rebecca Taylor and I’m a Year 5 school councillor. I wanted to be part of the team because I like listening to people’s views and putting them into action. In my spare time I dance, draw and talk with my friends. My favourite decision we have made as a group was for Break the Rules day.

Tylah Shirley Jones
School Councillor

I wanted to be a school councillor to help with decisions. I have been deciding about playground designs, mufti day, Children in Need and Break the Rules day.

Aaron Grant
School Councillor

My name is Aaron and I wanted to be a school councillor as I like being able to make decisions. My favourite decision so far is choosing what would be on the playground markings.

Ruben Myburgh
School Councillor

Hi. My name is Ruben Myburgh and I wanted to be a school councillor because you have a lot of power and can make very important decisions, which is fun. We have already done a lot of stuff including Children in Need and the badge awards.

Jeevan Sekhon
School Councillor

My name is Jeevan. I wanted to be a school councillor because I wanted to make decisions for my school. I am happy with the decisions I made and I like being a school councillor.

Ruby Patch
School Councillor

I wanted to be a school councillor because I could help people. I like being a school councillor so I could be involved with the meetings. I wanted to have this job because it means everything to me.

Ava Forsyth
School Councillor

I wanted to be a school councillor because I could help people. I like it because I could tell them what we discussed.  I like it because it is fun and it makes me happy.

Dexter Smith
School Councillor

Hi. I’m Dexter and I wanted to be a school councillor because I wish to help make important decisions for our school. Plus, I’m caring, kind and helpful which are good traits for a school councillor.

Summer Saward-Pearce
School Councillor

I wanted to be a school councillor because I wanted to help and take part in arranging events for the school. I also wanted to help discuss what we might do. It’s a really fun job and I’ve loved what we have done so far like mufti day and all the other events we’ve helped out on. Thank you for listening.

Amna Aslam-Denn
School Councillor

I’m Amna Aslam-Denn and being a school councillor for my amazing class is an honour. Making decisions and representing them is the best job I could ever have.

I wanted to be a school councillor because I wanted to make school a better place. As a school councillor you get to decide what rules you can break on Break the Rules day and Children in Need.

On 19th March 2021, the children made a fantastic effort to dress in red in order to raise funds. Below are the winners from each class as selected by the School Councillors. Congratulations to you all!

                    Freddie and Charlie from Oak Class

                   Henry and Sephie from Elm Class

                  Bradley and Ella from Pine Class

                  Emily and Edward from Lime Class

                Clara and Izzy P from Beech Class

                 Alex and Lucy M from Larch Class

                Zoe and Matthew from Spruce Class

                Angelica and Jack from Laurel Class

                 Alicia and Josh from Walnut Class