Session 2019-20

This year our Concerned Councillors are:

P1 Nicole

P2 Cameron

P3 Erin

P4 Eden

P5 Emilie

P6 Beth

P7 Struan Knight

 

Previous Sessions – Pupil Council

At Skene School this year the children from P2-P7 all wanted to be in the Pupil Council, so they have been working in groups throughout the year to make a difference to our school and the outside world.

Comic Relief 2013

Pupil council Group 1 raised nearly £800 for Comic Relief!

Natalia won the Funny Face Photos Competition in P1-3
Natalia won the Funny Face Photos Competition in P1-3
The Pupil Council Red Nose Bake Sale
The Pupil Council Red Nose Bake Sale
Our Sponsored Pyjama Parade
Our Sponsored Pyjama Parade
Improving Our Library

Pupil Council Group 2 set to work on improving our library by

organising a tidy up day in the Easter holidays when all our old books went to the Salvation Army, and a Bring and Buy Sale to raise money to buy new books.

Our lovely new look library with the Pupil council members who organised it.
Our lovely new look library with the Pupil council members who organised it.

Trying to entice the parents to buy some books and toys at the Bring and Buy Sale Children In Need 2013

We raised £141.85 for Children in Need this year! We decorated cookies, had a pyjama day, designed Pudsey t-shirts and had an activities afternoon organised by the Play Leaders in P6. It was great fun!

You can travel within Scotland to meet outside but must not stay away overnight. We're getting back some freedoms and if we keep sticking to the guidance we can keep moving forward. We've come too far. We're not giving in. Check the protection levels at http://gov.scot

Burn o’ Vat & Glen Tanar car parks full, please go to plan B.
#RespectProtectEnjoy ⁦⁦⁦@Aberdeenshire⁩ https://www.facebook.com/516122458423812/posts/3834567603245931/?d=n

The deadline for registering to vote in the upcoming Scottish Parliament election is midnight on Monday, April 19.

Visit http://www.votegrampian.org for information on how to register and for other details about the election. #sp2021

With visitors returning this weekend popular places are likely to be busy - to help keep everyone safe there will be traffic management in place on the Linn of Dee and Loch Muick access roads @MarLodgeNTS @Balmoral_Castle #PlanAhead #CairngormsTogether

https://cairngorms.co.uk/traffic-management-glen-muick-and-linn-of-dee-17-18-april-2021/

"I would like to pass my sincere condolences to the family of His Royal Highness, on behalf of the people of Aberdeenshire."
- Provost of Aberdeenshire Cllr Bill Howatson
Read the full statement here: http://bit.ly/AbshireConHRH

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