School Council


Congratulations to Hyndburn Park's New Head Boy, Head Girl and School Council

On Friday 15th September 2017 our new class and school councillors were given their shiny new badges to represent the integral role they have forming the school values at Hyndburn Park. It was a brilliant ceremony held by Ms. Tracey and attached are pictures of our new members for 2017-18. 
Well done to every single one of you and all the staff at Hyndburn Park know you'll do an amazing job!

Year 6 – Roles and areas:

Head Boy: Jamaal Khan(Outside Class 17) 

Head Girl: Hawwa Ahmed(Outside Class 19) 

Deputy Head Boy: Haaris Khan(Class 15 hall door) 

Deputy Head Girl: Aliesha Ali (Main Hall) 


Year 6 School Council areas:

Zakiyah Shakeel (Outside Class 15) 

Farhaan Matloob (Class 17 steps)

Kamal Arif (Boys cloakroom door – top)

Aamana Nazir (Girls cloakroom door – top)

Nafeeze Ajaib (SLT Office)

Wahaab Ahmed (Boys cloakroom door – midway)

Zahra Azim (Class 19 steps)

Anaiya Mahmood (Main Hall)

Playground Buddies: (Spring Term)

Halima Nadim (Reception Class 2)   

Hifza Ali (Reception Class 3)

Ramila Khan (Reception Class 4)

Zaara Khan (Class 5) 
Alaiza Hussain (Class 6) 

Zuneriya Ali (Class 7)

Kabir Hussain (Class 8)

Sunnareh Shah (Class 9) 

Fiza Khan (Class 10)  

Hannah Shahzad (Class 11)

Ibrahim Hussain (Class 12)                  

 Hafsa Mahmood (Class 13)                

Neha Amin (Class 14)    







The Bethany Family

We were honoured to have the Bethany Family join us all the way from Tanzania in Africa for some very special assemblies. The children and their teachers sang us some wonderful songs and told us stories about their life in Africa. Over the course of the year the school council will be organising fundraising activities to raise money to help the children of the Bethany Family. Please keep an eye out for further information!



Our School Council have worked very hard with coming to a decision as to what our whole School fundraiser is going to be this half term. 

Natasha (Head Girl) and Inaaya (Deputy Head Girl) took great pride in writing to Ms. Tracey and expressing that they were 'stuck between a rock and hard place' on several occasions, but they have decided that on Thursday 27th October 2016, children (and staff) are to come to school out of uniform, wearing 'wacky' hair. 


If you could kindly send your child/ren with a £1 donation, it will be sent to The Bethany Project, which is a children's home and education centre in Tanzania. 

Thank you.



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Lancashire BB5 1ST
Karen Yeomans
Tel: 01254 233171
Fax: 01254 301631