Bellevue School

Student Council

The Student Council meet once a fortnight to discuss student concerns, ideas and charity fundraisers.  

Two student councillors are selected by their peers in each of the Year 4 - 6 whānau classes and one from each of the Year 1-3 classes. These students plot out the charity fundraising events for the year, discuss how they will run, communicate events with the wider school and get things happening!  

Our motto?  'Just do it!'

Just some of the things the student council have been involved in recently - 

Star Wars Day

Pink Shirt Day - Anti Bullying Campaign

Games stands at the Book Fair

Onesie Day for Wellington Free Ambulance

The Disco

Pack the Bus (The Breeze Radio)

SPCA collection of donations

In their own words - WHAT STUDENT COUNCIL DOES - 

In student council we help with fundraising and events,

Try to make school a better place , think of ideas , and make the world a better place,

We listen to our classmates and bring their ideas to meetings.

We are role models. We don't tell others what we show others what to do,

We organise events, help our community, keep others informed (emails, newsletter, etc), inform other students of what is coming up in hub time.

We support good causes and include others.