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Welcome to our School Council


Learning Together To Be Our Best!


Our School Council represents the views of all our pupils within our school. It gives us the opportunity to make our voices heard and feel part of the whole school community frown


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Our School Council Members for 2017/2018

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Miss Braddon  is proud to announce that we have fantastic members in this years school council and looks forward to working together to make Ty Isaf a happy and enjoyable school. 





Our members are:-











Spring Term


This term we will be concentrating on attendance within the school. We acknowledge the importance of coming to school everyday, to enjoy having fun with our friends and lots of enjoyable learning opportunities. We will be promoting the importance of coming to school with our peers and explaining what happens if we miss school or are late on a regular basis.  


We aim to make a video to share with everyone, deliver assemblies and check the attendance boards within each class.


Keep an eye on the website for lots of photos :)

We did a secret spot check to see if the children were using the attendance charts and wheels in the class :)

Autumn Term

This term we will be looking at the Schools Development Plan and voicing our thoughts and ideas on it. We will be creating a child friendly SDP and displaying it our school foyer.



We went on a learning walk around the school to see the improvements that needed to be made. We noticed that the cloakrooms are quite untidy. Therefore we brainstormed some ideas of how we could change this and the popular solution was to have lockers. We have wrote a letter to Mrs Bain the head teacher and governors asking for lockers to be put into our cloakrooms.  


Anti-Bullying Week

We discussed the importance of anti-bullying week and brainstormed ideas on what we could do in school to help. We created anti-bullying posters that will be displayed around the school and thought we could introduce a 'buddy bench'. All children at Ty-Isaf wore blue to support Anti-bullying week.