School Council

Staff ensure that pupils learn to keep themselves safe. For example, the school council worked with a national charity to raise the awareness of all pupils about safe people they can contact if they get lost when out and about.

Ofsted 2017

dsc01170We are delighted to confirm our elected our school council representatives for the year 2017-18.

Each child had the opportunity to campaign to be a member of the School Council and then registered to vote. Our ballot papers were completed in secret and posted in the postbox anonymously, with each child voting for one boy and one girl from their class.  The votes will then be counted and verified by Mr Martin and Miss Rogers.

The boy and girl with the most votes in each class were declared the new members of the Mill Rythe School Council and will receive their badges shortly.

Jellyfish – Morgan and Tilly

Starfish – Aliya and John

Oyster – Anais and Joshua

Dolphin – Flossie and Leo

Seahorse – Martha and Bailey

Congratulations to the winning candidates and thank you to all of the other candidates and children for taking part.


Our school council have decided they would like to raise money for the Portsmouth Hospitals Charity and so we would like to invite you to our Easter Bonnet Parade on Thursday 29th March at 2:30pm. You will be able to see the children wearing the Easter hats they have made and give donations if you wish to. The PTFA will be running a cake sale alongside the event which will be raising money for the school.