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School Councillors

Two Mile Hill Primary

School Council



Our School Council is lead by Cynthia Mayo - Teacher and Safeguarding Lead.


This Year's school councillors were all elected by their class to represent them at our meetings. 

The application process involved the children applying by answering the following two questions:


  1.  Why should you be chosen to be school councillor representative for your class?
  2.  What ideas do you have for improving our school over the next academic year?


Each class then voted anonymously for their chosen representative. It was a difficult decision, as there were so many suitable applicants with fantastic ideas.


Our school councillors this year are:


Year 3

Ravens - Jennifer

Swifts - Zion'Jhai

Razorbills - Aizah


Year 4

Goldcrests - Harley

Starlings - Clark

Doves - Zachary


Year 5

Herons - Maya

Razorbills - Amari-Blue

Ospreys - Alexander


Year 6

Eagles - Aurora

Magpies - Rose

Sandpipers - Mia



The successful candidates meet regularly and are responsible for the agenda and planning what will be discussed at each of the meetings.  They also prepare articles for the newsletter and take minutes.  


The focus of the year is Healthy Living.


  • We have managed to bring back the salad bar for 2023-24. 
  • We are hoping to create a whole school termly magazine.



We are very excited about the work we will be carrying out this Year and look forward to updating you through our school newsletters.  We will be meeting every other Wednesday.  Look out for any updates.

BLOCK - Online Safety


Our school councillors of 2021-22 put together an assembly about online safety.  You can view the video here



Head Teacher's Welcome Close

Welcome to our website. Two Mile Hill Primary is a successful school in East Bristol where children are supported to develop the values and skills by which they will live life and develop a love of learning.

"Pupils are kind and tolerant. They celebrate the diversity within their school. Everyone is treated with dignity and equality." OFSTED 2022