School Council

Children are elected onto the council by their peers. The school council is a central part of the life of the school and influences many decisions that affect the running of school. For example the school council has been consulted regarding, school behaviour policy, library use and playground games. The school council meets bi-weekly and communicates with the rest of the school through class, and whole school presentations and discussions. The aims of the School Council are:

  • To help make school life better for everyone

  • To care for everyone in our school

  • To give pupils a voice and a way of helping to make decisions in school.