Granard Primary School

"Growing together; Achieving together"

School Council

Granard Charity Partners


Granard School Council have chosen three new charities to support throughout this academic year.  Please click on the logos for more information about each charity.

Our local Charity providing emergency food, support and advice to local people who are experiencing financial hardship.

Our regional Charity based in London, Glass Door coordinates The UK's largest network of open-access services for people affected by homelessness.  Year-round, people find advice and support to end their homelessness through trained caseworkers based at partnering drop-in centres. 

Our national Charity that was set up in 1989 to support children with cancer and their families.


What is the School Council


At the start of the academic year classes from Year 2 to 6 elected two school council representatives, one girl and one boy. 


The School Council representatives are integral to life at Granard because they:


  • help each and every pupil have a say in the running of the school
  • provide a link between the pupils, the teachers, Mrs Grigg and the Governors
  • share the pupils' thoughts, ideas and concerns about the school
  • help to make decisions on important events in the school year


The School Council, which is led by Miss Dunne, meets twice a term.  Each class has a school council book in which they can record any notes from the meetings.  Items discussed in school council meetings are then presented to the remainder of the student body during whole class PSHE and circle time lessons.

School Council Representatives

Granard Primary School

2022 - 2023


2F Potter  
2Q Foreman  
3M Murphy  
4B Dahl  
4F Lewis  
5G Morpurgo  
5S Wilson  
6B Pullman  
6R Rowling  


Justine Greening's visit to Granard in 2016