What is the School Council?

A school council is a representative group of pupils elected by their peers to represent their views and raise issues with the senior leaders and governors of their school.

School councils help children and young people to:

  • enjoy and feel empowered by their education;
  • feel that their school responds to their needs;
  • have the opportunity to let adults know their feelings and opinions about things that affect them;
  • have a say about decisions, and to play an active role in making their school a better place;

Our School Council representatives are:

Year Representatives
FS Louella and Sonny
1  Eliza and Harry
2  Erin and Jenson
3  Lucie and Samuel
4  Jasmine and Freddy
5  Preston and Sonny
6  Maddie and Tommy

The council’s roles

This year our school council have been working on:

  • Promoting healthy eating through reviewing and creating menus with our catering company
  • Promoting positive behaviours
  • Planted a heritage tree to honour the Queen’s birthday
  • Reviewed the school’s anti-bullying policy
  • Input into the new school website

They are currently working on:

  • Reviewing the home learning policy
  • Fundraising

Children who have any concerns or issues that they’d like to raise with the school council can use the suggestions book or speak to their class representative.