School Council Constitution
- To give pupils the opportunity to be involved in improving school life for everyone.
- For pupils to work as partners with staff, developing a caring school community.
- To provide all pupils with opportunities to develop skills that will be important throughout their lives.
- To involve pupils in solving problems and resolving conflicts.
- The School Council Each class will elect a girl and boy to be their representatives.
- The school council will be made up of two representatives from each class in years 2 - 6.
- The school council will meet about every 3 weeks.
- The minutes of the meetings will be distributed to classes to make sure everyone knows about the activities of the council.
Responsibilities of pupil councillors
- Class representatives will report back to their class after every school council meeting.
- Class representatives will take issues brought by their class to the school council.
- They should put across the views of their class, not their own views.
- If a representative misses school council meetings twice in a row without a good reason, the class can choose to elect a new representative.