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Rockmount Primary School

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School Council

Rockmount School Council

At Rockmount Primary School we are proud to have pupil representatives that take part in School Council meetings.  These councils are in place so that pupils have a voice and are involved in decisions about the school that affect them.  Through these meetings, all pupils have the opportunity to raise issues, share ideas and take part in discussions that involve all of their classmates in reaching a democratic solution.  Pupils at Rockmount Primary School know that this is their school and their thoughts and ideas matter.


Here are our School Council representatives:

Year / Class


Year 1 Ruby Class


Arthur and Indigo


Year 1 Turquoise Class


James and Ruqayyah


Year 2 Amethyst Class


Tommy and Antonia


Year 2 Tanzanite Class


Seren and Ethan


Year 3 Jade Class


Haniyah and Eban


Year 3 Diamond Class


Maya and Mervyn


Year 4 Emerald Class


Hugo and Molly


Year 4 Garnet Class


Elizabeth and Charlie


Year 5 Jet Class


Athena and Kairo


Year 5 Zircon Class


Johniiah and Nicola


Year 5 Onyx Class


Sofia and Bode


Year 6 Quartz Class


Henry and Matilda


Year 6 Crystal Class


Matilda and Raeeda


The Waste Project
School Council Visit to Parliament

The Litter Project


Last year our school councillors worked diligently to ensure that their Litter Project was a success. The design of the winning poster was printed and displayed on Veolia’s sanitary vehicles that work in Croydon. 


Steve Reed MP, Pat Ryan, our local Councillor and representatives from Veolia announced and presented certificates to the winners of the borough wide competition.


We are very proud of our School Council in their efforts to raise awareness about the litter problem in our community and in making a collaborated effort to take action!



Our School Council continues to work on developing our children’s citizenship and democratic values. To reinforce these important core principles our school councillors had the opportunity to visit the Houses of Parliament on Monday 16th January. It was a first time experience for many of our young councillors but proved to be very interesting and informative. In addition to seeing and learning important facts about the history of governance in Great Britain our councillors were also fortunate to enter the House of Lords and the House of Commons.
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