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School CouncilCulmstock Primary School’s School Council meet every half term with Mrs Kingdom. Children wishing to join the School Council write a letter to Mrs Kingdom at the beginning of the school year, explaining why they should be chosen. Children across both Key Stages are selected to represent the school. At Culmstock, we believe that it is so important that children have a voice and are given the opportunity to share their opinions. We meet to discuss their thoughts and feelings on improving our school and their ideas for fundraising.

Over the years, Culmstock’s School Council have fundraised for lots of charities and organisations, locally and across the world. We understand the impact that we can have on the wider community, as well as those close to home. More recently, the school council were very saddened by the news of the Australian wildfires and how they were affecting people and animals across the country. We hosted an Australia Day to raise money for The Koala Hospital and our cake sale raised £115. The School Council decided that we should use some of the money raised to adopt a Koala who had been injured by the fires. Here is a photograph of our adoption certificate for Paul the Koala. We were very happy to hear that he is recovering well.

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