Our School Council represents the views of all our pupils. It gives children the opportunity to make their voices heard and feel part of the whole school community. It is made up of representatives from all year groups. Every September, each pupil in school has the opportunity to vote for their peers, electing two representatives per class. Once the councillors are nominated, they represent their year group in meetings each half term, to discuss items which are raised by the children in class.
The School Council is seen as a partnership between pupils, teachers, governors and the PTFA and allows pupils to share any concerns, report any problems and discuss ideas that may contribute to school improvement.
Over recent months, the school council have been working hard to try to improve the pupil toilets. During their meetings they have discussed ideas for how to make the toilets better. They then met with Miss Hadfield to discuss this matter, they have made posters to display in the toilets and have written to the school PTFA asking them to fund new mirrors in the Key Stage Two toilets. They were also the judges for a recent classroom reading area competition and make a valuable contribution towards the continued success of St.Wulstan’s.