School Council

The School Council are made up of two representatives from each class. Extra members can be co-opted if the elected membership does not reflect the school community; for instance, the ethnic groups within the school or pupils with special needs or disabilities. The school council meet regularly and contribute to the running of school life.

The school council elect an executive committee to serve for the school year. The executive committee will consists of a chairperson, vice-chairperson, secretary and treasurer. The secretary takes minutes of the school council meetings. These are be distributed to classes to make sure everyone knows about the activities of the council.

Class representatives report back to their class after every school council meeting. Representatives from each class take issues brought up by their school class to the school council. They put across the views of their class, not their own opinions. If a representative misses school council three times without a good reason, the class can choose to elect to choose a new representative.