Become an Ambassador
- To represent the views of all students.
- To provide opportunities for students to voice their opinions and to influence the way the school is managed.
- To enable students to develop confidence and empower them to become active citizens.
- To respond to issues raised as soon as possible, but no later than the next meeting.
- The Student Council shall discuss issues raised by members representing all students.
- The Student Council comprises of representatives from each tutor group.
- It is the responsibility of the form representative to ensure that they represent the views of their tutor group/year group and are given the opportunity to comment on agenda items in advance.
- All student representatives shall be expected to conduct themselves in a manner appropriate to their position on the Student Council.
The Student Council consists of a student representative from each tutor group, Student Leaders and Pastoral Team Leaders.
- All students shall be entitled to stand for election as a student representative.
- Tutor groups shall formally elect their student representative.
- Student leaders apply for their job and are interviewed by the Head Teacher.
- The Student Council is split into sub-committees. These are: LGBT+ and diversity, Environment/Climate change and Community, Extra Curricular, Behaviour and Rewards.
- These sub-committees allow students to be involved in the wider aspects of school life.
The Student Council shall meet on a termly basis at a designated time and place.
Student Council covers a range of different things within school, such as:
- Inspire Future Students
- Decisions about school and school life
- Behaviour and Rewards
- Council Meetings
- Year Book
They then provide feedback to staff, students and parents via assemblies and the school newsletter. This will take the formant of the 'You asked, we did' slogan.