Your new School Councillors are:
School Council Out and About
Last month, the School Council visited Mossley Mill to meet the Mayor of Newtownabbey, Thomas Hogg. During the visit they got a tour of Mossley Mill from a Sentry Hill Tour Guide (Deirdre), shared their ideas in the Council Chamber and bombarded the Mayor with lots of fascinating questions. The School Councillors’ questions were very impressive and extremely well thought-out. Maybe one day one of the School Councillors will be a mayor! They certainly have what it takes!
Look out for some photographs in the Newtownabbey Times!
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School Council News
This year’s School Council election campaign was bigger and better than ever, with colourful posters and manifestos filling the classrooms of Mossley Primary. On Wednesday 23rd September, the election for this year’s School Council Representatives took place. This year Eco-Warrior candidates were also included in the election.
The P4-P7 pupils were asked to vote for their class representatives, those who will continue to represent the voice of the pupils in Mossley Primary. Together they will endeavour to make school a better place. This was no ordinary election, as the children got to vote using real polling booths borrowed from the Electoral Commission, as well as a real ballot box. What an experience!
The Polling Clerks (past councillors and P7s) played their parts fantastically, introducing the process and making sure that voting was kept anonymous. It was a very professional process!
Votes have been counted and the results were read out by the Mayor of Newtownabbey, Thomas Hogg, on Wednesday morning.
The 2015-2016 School Councillors are:
P4 – Luke Houston, Noah Gordon & Isabella Anderson
P5 – Adam Cairns, Adam Hewitt & Sinead Quah
P6 – Samuel Hobson, Shannen Kelly & Jamie McRoberts
P7 – Maeve Quah, Teejay Hamilton-Withers & Evie Murray
Check out last year's successes:
What We Achieved For You Last Year...
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