Kelbrook Primary School, Barnoldswick

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17th July 18
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Kelbrook School Council Visit Salterforth Primary School - Monday 6th March 2017


We had a lovely time visiting Salterforth School Council. We had lunch with them and played out in their 'lunchtime zones'. Before we left we had a quick tour of the school.

School Council receiving a donation from the Robert Windle Foundation


Our School Council receiving a cheque for £50 from the Robert Windle Foundation which we have spent of all these books to boost our Reading Scheme.

To find out more about the Robert Windle Foundation click below.

Salterforth Primary School, School Council visit Kelbrook


On Monday 28th November we had a visit from Salterforth School Council. They had lunch with our school council and then had a tour of the school. They really enjoyed the visit and were particularly impressed with our scrumptious lunches and our playleaders. They are going to invite our School Council for a visit in the spring term.

Our first role is to help to organise the Countryfile Ramble on 5th October.

School Council 2016 - 2017


Council Members 2016-2017:-

Reception - Niamh

Year 1- Erin

Year 2 - Benji

Year 3 - Lewis

Year 4 - Evie

Year 5 - Millie

Year 6 - Rory

School Council meet every other Thursday with Mrs Townson at 12:30pm in  Class 4. 

Any suggestions please put them in the suggestion box in the hall or speak to your class representative. 

School Council Elections


Our proud school council (2015-2016) with Andrew Stephenson Member of Parliament for Pendle.

Suggestion Box


School Council have placed a 'Suggestion Box' in the hall.  If you have any suggestions for the School Council to consider/debate to improve our school please pop a note in the box.

Playtime Equipment Arrives


One of the issues/agenda items school council have been looking into this term is 'How to make playtimes more exciting'.

Here are some pictures of them opening the resources they have selected for the whole school.  They were keen to see what had arrived!