The school promotes student leadership, citizenship and positive role-modelling through the school council.
It provides students with a voice within the school and It is a forum for dialogue with the school’s leadership team.
Issues of bullying, the school environment and additional activities are discussed with the council. It oversees the charitable fundraising of the school community and is working on a programme of enrichment experiences for students. School councillors represent the school within the community and are identified by their plain, red ties.
The School council are currently also working on student Mental health and wellbeing.
To become a school councillor, you have to submit a written application and the shortlisted candidates are interviewed for a place by senior leaders and governors. A term on the council lasts for a year and applications open in September.