School Council

Key principles of the School Council

  • Developing a partnership that includes all members of our school community.
  • Enabling our students to take an active part in school decision-making.
  • Giving our students the experience of being respected and listened to.
  • Encouraging students to take responsibility for issues that they would like to raise awareness of across the school.
  • Learning how to present a reasoned argument even when this may be unpopular.
  • Learning what behaviour is appropriate in different situations developing peer support for appropriate behaviour.
  • Providing student voice and feedback on a number of issues which in 2017/18, included:

-          Charity donations from non-uniform days

-          Improving attendance

-          Environmental savings

-          Equal opportunities

-          ICT provision

Structure of the School Council

The Student Leadership Team
This comprises of the Head Boy and Girl, the Deputy Head Boys and Girls, and the senior prefects.

Whole Council
This comprises of students from Years 7, 8, 9 and 10 elected by their peers from tutor groups

Sub-Committees
This year, we will have 3 sub-committees working on:

  1. Environment – working on reducing the environmental impact of the school and its community as well as improving awareness of environmental issues across the school.
  2. Charity – improving our fundraising strategy and developing our links with charities.
  3. Current Affairs – ensuring that our school community is aware of important current affairs across the globe.

Please see the attachment below for a list of our Student Councillors for 2018-19.

Attachments:
Download this file (Student Councillors 2018-19.pdf)Student Councillors 2018-1967 kB

 

 
 

The headteacher, leadership team and other senior leaders set very high expectations for the school. They have established an ethos that encourages and supports good behaviour, attitudes and learning. (Ofsted 2015)