Church Street, Southfleet, Kent, DA13 9NR

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Sedley's Church of England Voluntary Aided Primary School

From tiny acorns mighty oaks grow. We plant the seeds, but it is God that makes them grow.

School Council


We look forward to the new School Council elections taking place in September.

The School Council cake baking afternoon was a lot of fun, we raised over £120 and all the children enjoyed eating them. 

This money was added to our Money Themonitor which currently stands at £2,109.40.  This money will be used to pay for the wall art in the hall.

The School Council Welly Walk was a great success and enjoyed by both staff and children.  We raised an AMAZING £1,787.20.

Thank you to all the parents who supported this event by sending in their sponsorship money.


The School Council received a Certificate of Appreciation from the Mustard Seed Relief Missions - LOVE IN A BOX 2018

Our 2018 School Council  were Daisy (Y5) – Chairperson, Lukan (Y5) – Vice Chairperson, Eloise (Y6) Secretary,

William (Y6) Treasurer, Evie and Tom (Y4), Toby and Lily (Y3), Ruby and Dan (Y2), Sam and Myla (Y1).  

 The School Council  once again collected 'Love in a Box' shoe boxes for the Mustard Seed Appeal 2018.  We collected 30 shoe boxes for under privileged children for Christmas.  In 2017 we collected 52 boxes.  

Sedley’s School Council is made up of a boy and a girl from each year group (years 1-6) voted by the peers in their class. Our School Council Representatives are very enthusiastic and engaged to adopt the responsibility of their School Council role.

The School Council Representatives will meet twice every term and are responsible for voicing the opinions and needs of the children within the school over this academic year, they will also help to decide how any funds raised will be spent and which exciting projects will be organised in the coming year.


In 2016 we sold second hand donated books after school and at the Sedley’s Mayfair and raised £156.25.  With this money we bought paint brushes for all classrooms, pastel paints and an

assortment of balls for lunchtime play.