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Gateway Sixth Form College

Our Student Council stands for three C's: Communication, Collectivism and Constitution. In our student council we make sure that each member communicates with each other. Collectivism plays a major part in our student council. We have a constitution for our student council and each member has to follow the constitution otherwise they there will be consequences.

The School Council Meeting at the District Council Chambers
Queen Katherine School

For every student in the QKS community to have a voice that is heard. For every student to be able to express their ideas and know they can make a difference.

Some of the school council and the Yellow Communication Books
Shibden Head Primary

Our School Council wants to help our school community by giving pupils a voice and asking then what they think about school and learning.

our team working hard together to produce our Magic Reindeer Food
St Mary's RC Primary Langho

We will work our very best to promote and put forward our children's ideas, we will try to put their thoughts through to our Head Teacher. And with the help of the 'pupils voice'our school will be the best and all our children will be happy.

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Parkinson Lane Community Primary School

We provide opportunities that impact on the wider community through our work with the Interschool Parliament. This a body of representatives from 5 different schools. Collectively we tackle pertinent issues that affect our children and the community by providing a voice for each and everyone. Through our vision and drive we lead this exciting initiative by promoting community cohesion locally, nationally and internationally.

learning more about being an Artist at our Careers Fair
St Catherine's Primary

St Catherine's School Council provides a voice for all pupils in our school. We work hard to make the link between our school and our local community in a positive and inspiring way. We listen and act on what we hear!

Kells Lane Primary School elected Student Councillors
Kells Lane Primary School

Student council is in our school and our community to make it a better, more active and lively place to live. We have 240 in our council. Through Student Council we can express our feelings and make friendly relationships between fellow colleagues, helping to solve community problems in a fun but safe way. We think outside the box!

Quiet Garden preparing the ground
Richard Clarke First School

Together Everyone Achieves More=TEAM

Newton Farm Nursery, Infant and Junior School

Our school council was set up to allow the students in the school to have their own voice. All our representatives have submitted manifestos and were engaged in hustings in their own classes before being voted in to office.

The King Edward VI School Morpeth

Students are trained in leadership skills and become role models, inspiring their peers and positively contributing to our school and community. The King Edward VI School Student Voice works internally, externally, nationally and internationally, sharing knowledge across the globe, ensuring that all students receive the highest quality of support personally, socially and academically.