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Pupil Council

The group is organised and run by the pupils and it gives them the opportunity to have their 'voice' on school issues. 


The Chair of the Pupil Council and the Vice Chair liaise with the link teacher to organise an agenda and communicate with relevant members of staff.  The Council meet weekly to discuss school improvement, work on specific projects and plan charity events.



The main functions of the Pupil Council are to:

  • Represent the views of our pupils
  • Promote positive relationships by leading by example
  • Greet visitors and show them round the school
  • Lead assemblies
  • Be involved in the appointment of staff
  • Raise funds
  • Lead on school improvement projects

All pupil Council members must:

  • Be respectful and listen to others
  • Contribute or participate actively in meetings
  • Follow the school rules and be a role models to other pupils
  • Model good behaviour at all times
  • Be polite and courteous to others
  • Not refer to specific individuals or groups during discussions
  • Use their position on Pupil Council to support and develop their school and peers and not abuse this position in anyway

The pupil council objectives are to:

  • Be involved in the appointment of staff
  • Raise funds for our school’s ‘Sky Garden’ rooftop area.
  • Provide more career opportunities.
  • Become a ‘greener’ school.
  • Develop a wider social interest in the school.
  • Create trips to reinforce academic rigour.
  • Listen to the concerns of all pupils.
  • Raise more money for charity as a school.
  • Host more house/form competitions.
  • Host movie nights at school.


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