- Headteacher's Welcome
- Vision and Values
- British Values
- Governing Body
- School Tours
- School Tour Gallery
- Cultural Capital
- How We Teach Phonics
- KS2 SATs
- Growth Mindset
- Friends of Epping Primary School
- School Council
- Eco Council
- Wellbeing Award
- Sport and PE
- Our 10 Year Anniversary
- Epping Forest School-Led Improvement Partnership
The School Council consists of pupils, from year one to year six, who are elected by their class peers to represent their class at School Council meetings.
As respresentatives of the School Council, we take our job seriously. We have the responsibility of keeping the school as problem free as possible. Although we try our hardest not everything is up to us. We take the classes ideas and problems straight to the meetings and we prioritise the most important and the ones that catch our attention. We help all the children in the school to feel confident with sharing their ideas, and also we help the school with its profit, and fund-raising. We have regular meetings; every one important.
What does a School Councillor do?
The School Council takes part in lots of activities including:
- Listening to the views and concerns of other pupils
- Helping to run class discussions and feedback at council meetings
- Coming up with ideas to help improve the school and make decisions
- Fundraising for Epping and charities
- Having the responsibility for a budget
- Leading by example
What roles do the School Councillors have?
- Vice Chair
- Class representative