School Council


School Council
School Council

Howard Junior School has an enthusiastic and proactive team of School Councillors.

They are all highly driven individuals, who take the role very seriously.

They are the ‘voice’ of the pupils of Howard Junior. They relish the opportunity to think of ideas on how we can improve our school, take important responsibilities, review and discuss upcoming school projects and suggest their own ideas towards them.

School Council

Our School Councillors are made up of two representatives from each year group throughout the school. They are:

Year 3 - Lili-Mae Thorburn-Woodhouse and Jacob Cook

Year 4 - Ellie-May Manning and TBC

Year 5 - Ethan Peachey and Isabelle Isherwood

Year 6 - Akvile Jasinskyte and,Kieren Brasted


Year 3 - TBC
Year 4 - Archie Thomson and Kain Ridgeway- Le - Gresley
Year 5 - Evie Mae Napthen and Tomas Kislovskij
Year 6 - Shane Holloway, Lilly Fryatt and Oscar Isherwood

Digital Leaders

Our current Digital Leaders are:

Rokas Zukauskas

Patryk Oreluk

Abigail Reeve

Katie Williams

Justinas Vaigauskas

Teddy Jenkins

Kristian Doy

Tyler Ridegeway-Le-Gresley

Adamas Katkevicius

Nedas Jasinskis



Declaration of Rights

A declaration of the rights of all pupils at Howard Junior School. Reviewed on the 16th January 2014.

The pupils at Howard Junior School have the following rights:

  • To be listened to by all members of staff
  • To have the opportunity to go on 3-5 enriching school trips a year
  • For all pupils to have specific jobs and responsibilities within school
  • To experience outdoor learning/education, when possible
  • To have our say when hiring new staff to our school
  • To have input in to our own curriculum and learning
  • To use all of the school equipment and resources, whenever possible - especially during recreational times
  • To be treated fairly, and with respect, by each other and by all members of staff
  • To be part of free and fair elections
  • To have our say about what equipment and resources should be purchased for school, through the school council
  • Access to other children to solve our problems at lunchtime