Pupils have many opportunities represent their school:
Children can also be ambassadors by being democratically elected by their peers or earing the right by showing exemplary behaviour over their school career and earning 200 Golds. They hold a number of responsibilities around the school.
Each class elects two class councillors every year. The school councillors represent the views of their class and debate whole school issues, for example:
- the school environment
- playtime and lunchtime activities
- celebrations in school
Our Eco Council is run by pupils and has a strong presence in the school.
This group supports others during lunchtimes and during lessons to use technology around the school
Our librarians assist children with the borrowing and returning of books. They also have an input to which books the school should select.
This group of children support Collective Worship around the school, they often lead whole school or class assemblies