Pupil Council is made up of representatives from every class in the school. Their job is to find out what their class thinks about school to help us make improvements. They have to ask their class three questions:
In school what should we:-
This information is then discussed at a meeting with Mr Forrester and we discuss possible changes to school life. From ICT to break time clubs we discuss what is working, what is improving learning and what is unpopular.
Pupil Council reps have to be unafraid to speak their mind but equally be able to change their opinion when listening to different viewpoints.
Pupil council are also responsible for part of the School Improvement Plan. This year they have been rewriting the school aims and deciding how we should present this across the school community.