Meet our Pupil Voice

Over the years we have restructured and formed our School Council in different ways to reflect the elements of our school life that we think are important to develop and support. These have included the Arts; Ethos; Eco School and Charity. Every child in school is valued and has a voice and all pupils know this through the dignity and respect shown and shared throughout the school.

Currently, we hold whole school council meetings following Collective Worship, where we can discuss, debate and vote on events and issues together.

Previously, we have elected all positions on the School Council in a democratic way: an election campaign; soapbox speech at our hustings and a polling day with a ballot box. Meetings were led and organised by our School Council and had staff members who had been invited along for support. 

Previous School Council Structure

  • Chair
  • Vice Chair
  • Secretary
  • Communications
  • Representative Councillors from Year 6, Year 5, Year 4, Year 3 and Year 2 (who represent Class 1)
  • Leader of Group for Charity, Eco School, Arts and Ethos Explorers
  • Teachers
  • PTA