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School Council

Members of St. Andrew's School Council are elected by their class peers every September. One girl and one boy are asked to represent the interests of their fellow pupils for a term of one academic year.


The School Council believe that their main purpose is to be a voice for all children in the school - gathering pupils' views and working together to make the school a better place.


The School Council have fortnightly meetings with Miss Lewis, where they discuss various school issues. They have written their own constitution and have voted for the Year 6 pupils to share the role of chairperson in meetings. The children will support the headteacher with decision making and will also make decisions about issues that are important to them, for example, whether we should have a school pet or provide a lunchtime games room for children who don't want to play on the playground. 


The School Council members are often invited to attend important events in the city and pupils always conduct themselves in a mature, smart and respectful manner. 


School Council 2023 -2024