The School’s Council is the perfect opportunity for students to get involved with the way that the school is run. Students are given the chance to communicate their feelings as well as influence decisions that are made about their school which ultimately benefits the whole school community.
The students are voted into the position by their peers at the start of the academic year.
The students on the School Council develop their negotiation, confidence and communication skills and the responsibility of expressing the views of those that they represent.
The School Council meet with Mrs Ward multiple times in the term and the year 6 School Reps meet with Mr Dosad to discuss outcomes and share the student voice.
So far this year we have discussed: charities, lunch/breaktime improvements, how to celebrate the Queen’s Jubilee, how we can celebrate the school’s history amongst other things.
British Values: Democracy
Democracy allows everybody to have their voice heard. In a democracy the people from a group or community choose who they want to represent them and put forward their views.
Meet the representatives
Year 6 School reps