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School Council Leader - Mrs T Jhass



What is a children’s school council?

Children’s School Council is a group of children who meet fortnightly to discuss issues within the school. There are two school councillors from each class in KS1 and KS2.


How does a child get onto the school council?

If a child wants to represent their class on the school council they must put their name forward at election time, give a speech to their class to explain why people should vote for them and then wait to see how many votes they win in a democratic election process.


Why do we have School Council?

We have a school council to listen to children’s views. We work in partnership with pupils to improve the school. We work in partnership with pupils to improve life experiences for others less fortunate than ourselves either within the school community itself or on a national/ global level


Who runs the school council ?

The chairperson for this year’s school council committee is 

The vice chairperson is 

The council secretary is 

Mrs Jhass helps these children to run meetings throughout the year



What are the priorities of the school council for improving the school this year?





What do YOU think the school council should concentrate on improving at school?

Do you have something you would like to school council to do? Do you have a problem that needs fixing? Contact us and tell us what is on your mind and we will do our best to try and help you.

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Contact the school council.

Contact us and tell us what is on your mind!