School Council

The School Council is a group of pupils who act as a link between staff and children. Their role is to put forward ideas of how we can improve our school , such as raising money for new playground equipment or suggesting after school clubs. We feel it is important that all children have a voice in our school.

Every September we hold elections to vote for a new School Council. Pupils are invited to write a short statement about themselves which they read out in a special assembly. Everyone in school votes for 2 pupils from each class who are then elected and given badges. They attend fortnightly meetings with a member of staff and two pupils attend SKIP meetings every term. SKIP is the School Council for the Southerly Point  Co-operative Trust .

Our School councillors for 2018-19
Imogen, Lilly, John, Austin, Evie, Ella.