School Council

The School Council members play an integral part in our school, they discuss important issues and make decisions that are crucial for our school's development. There is a representative from each class and they meet half-termly with Miss Mohring to address items on the school council agenda.

School Council 2022-2023

Meet the representatives

Head Boy & Head Girl

On the 7th October, we appointed our new head boy and head girl. The school council had the difficult job of narrowing down 16 applicants to 7 face-to-face interviews and then finally casting their vote for our new head boy and head girl. All candidates were absolutely amazing! The confidence, attitudes and personalities we have in our school is beyond amazing. You should all be very proud of yourselves!

Children in Need

On Friday 18th November, Kingsfield First School raised money for the very special charity, Children in Need. The school council suggested many fundraising ideas but finally decided and voted on a yellow, spotty day.

The day was a huge success with all the children looking fabulous! We raised a whopping £226.04

Our year 3 and 4 school council reps and head boy & girl also wanted to mark the day by leading some playground games for the other children. Their kind gesture was greatly appreciated by all the children in school.

The school council also took this opportunity to deliver their first whole school assembly which they were very excited about!


Special Visitor

A former pupil, Colin Rodgers and his wife visited our school after sending a lovely email detailing his memories at Kingsfield First School. Our head boy and head girl, along with Mrs Butler gave Mr and Mrs Rodgers a tour of our school grounds followed by a discussion with our school council representatives. The school council asked Mr Rodgers about his school life and they enjoyed listening to Colin's stories and experiences from his time at Kingsfield First School. Thank you so much for coming in Mr and Mrs Rodgers, it was lovely to hear your past experiences at our lovely school.


School council 2021-2022

Meet the representatives

Head Boy and Head Girl

On Wednesday 13th October, the school council held the Head Boy and Head Girl interviews. All candidates were absolutely amazing and very professional, making the choice extremely difficult for the school council. After each interview the school council discussed the answers given and then cast their vote individually and anonymously. The school council have done an amazing job picking our new Head Boy and Head Girl. A huge congratulations to Kingsfield's new Head Boy, Fletcher Harvey and Kingsfield's new Head Girl, Holly Robinson. We look forward to seeing you take your new roles in your stride!



Head Boy & Head Girl Applications

It's that time of year again where our school council representatives elect our Head Boy and Head Girl!

On Friday 24th September, an application letter was sent out to year 4 pupils to complete if they wished to be considered as Kingsfield's Head Boy or Head Girl.

The application letter needs to be handed in to the year 4 class teacher by Thursday 30th September AM as the school council will be shortlisting the applicants at their meeting on Thursday afternoon.

If you need another copy of our application letter, please see the document below.

Good luck to all the candidates!


School Council 2020-2021

Meet the representatives

Behaviour Traffic Light Rules

The school council have been working hard to amend our school's behaviour policy and traffic light system, to ensure all the children are getting the best out of them.

The school council discussed and voted on the new traffic light awards and sanctions which have been rolled out across the school this week (W/C: 7.6.21).

Please see the whole school assembly PowerPoint below for more detials.

Red Nose Day

On Friday 19th March, Kingsfield First School will be fundraising for Red Nose Day. This year's theme is 'Share a smile' which we feel is extremely important at the moment! The school council came together to brainstorm and vote on some fundraising ideas to make sure we could find the best way to share a smile with you all and raise money. We finally decided on silly hairstyles. So make your hair as crazy and funny as possible to make all those around you smile whilst you raising money for an excellent cause. Red Nose Day | Comic Relief

Head Boy & Head Girl

Before Autumn half term, the School Council invited the year 4 children to interview for the roles of Head Boy and Head Girl for this academic year. In total there was 27 children who filled out the written application for these positions. The school council then short-listed these candidates to 11 pupils who were then interviewed. During the interview process, the school council asked questions and discussed if each candidate would be the best for the role. After a very thorough afternoon, the school council then anonymously voted for their chosen Head Boy and Head Girl.

We are very proud to announce that our Head Boy will be Jacob and our Head Girl will be Scarlett.

A huge well done to our school council for such a professional and mature attitude during the interview process.

Children in Need

On Friday 13th November, Kingsfield First School will be fundraising for Children in Need. The school council suggested many fundraising ideas but finally decided and voted on a pajama day.

The school council also took this opportunity to deliver their first whole school assembly which they were very excited about. Check out the Children in Need PowerPoint and video created by our school council, below.

School Council 2019-2020

Meet the School Council Representatives


Head Boy & Head Girl

In Autumn, the school council decided they wanted a head boy and head girl to represent our school. After interviews and much deliberation, the school council elected Kingsfield's first head boy and head girl.



A huge congratulations to all the 25 children that interviewed for the positions, you amazed the school council with your wonderful speeches and you should all be very proud of yourselves.

Splat the Teacher!

The School Council representatives decided that this year they would like to raise enough money for the school to buy a class set of IPads, in order to help advance and broaden their learning.
Splat the Teacher was the first fundraising event that the school council organised and this was a huge success even though the weather was not on our side! We raised an amazing £96!!
Keep your eyes peeled for our next fundraising event!