School Committee

Being a rep on the School Committee is a great way to get to know others and how the school operates. Each class has two or three class reps and School Committee meets once a term and is headed by the Chair/s.

Take a look at our guide to repping to see what’s involved. You can also find out about the role of the Chair/s here.

A summary of the term’s minutes is circulated by reps to each family in their class.

“There’s always an atmosphere of pleasant endeavour around the school.”

A rep


School activities

The committee organises and runs social, charitable and other day-to-day non-curricular school activities, for example:

  • Autumn: Harvest Festival assembly and distribution of foods, Christmas Fair, juniors’ carol concert, children’s Christmas parties.
  • Spring: main fundraising event, Juniors’ disco and AGM evening.
  • Summer: Summer Fair.

Fund raising

The committee raises money to help finance school equipment. They also support the school’s chosen charities of the term.

Reps manage a class kitty (usually £25) to cover teacher presents, parent parties, children’s Christmas parties etc. The sub for Ultra Violet Class is usually higher due to extra expenses incurred for this year.

Social events

A coffee morning for new parents is held at the start of the autumn term, with a tour and a current parent’s commentary on the school. Each new family is allocated an existing Unicorn family from the reps as their ‘buddy’ to help them settle into the school quickly.

Contact details

For a full list of reps and contact details, click here