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Welcome to our Southdown School Council page!


Our new School Council was elected at the start of our academic year in September 2017. We were elected by our peers and pride ourselves on setting an excellent example to fellow pupils. We are led by two of our teachers, Miss Shaw and Miss Owen-Jones.

We meet regularly to discuss concerns or issues regarding our school and carry out projects and tasks to support Mrs Chisholm. 


We often have coffee mornings to help raise money! Our Autumn Macmillan coffee morning was a huge success. Keep an eye out for our School Council stalls at our next school fayre :-)


Our new big project this year is the introduction of the Southdown School Magazine. We hope to publish a magazine every half term. The first magazine sold 220 copies and was very successful!

Here is a picture of the winning magazine cover designed up Thomas Wilson



Our School Councillors


Chairperson - Milly Collison



Vice Chairperson - Ashton Newman & Darcy Watson



Secretary - Gracie Mellalieu & Jessica Evans



Treasurer - Amelie Hill




Year 4 Councillors

Caleb Jennions, Abbie Jones, Mia Broughton & Evie Cosgrove



Year 3

Liam Evans, Lily Meeke-Smith, Riley Stevens & Alfie Hodgekinson




Year 2 

Louix Crossley, Paige Barford, Ellie Shirley & Millie Roberts



Year 1

Max Macpherson, Esme Moore, Jake Ward & Miya-Rose Lewis




Charity Committee (Year 5)

Dylan Parry, Lucas Donaldson, Tom Collison & Milly-May Griffiths

We are in charge of supporting pupils who wish to raise money for charities!

As a school we have been raising money for many charities and pupils at Southdown School have raised money for Water Aid, Macmillan and British Heart Foundation.



We have been working very hard to improve our school.  Come back soon, to read about some of the issues we have been discussing at our meetings.

School Council Visit to County Hall


In January we were very lucky to be able to visit the Chairman of Flintshire Council, Cllr Brain Lloyd. We went to Flintshire County Hall and had a great time exploring the Council Chambers.