School Council

A new school council is elected by their peers at the beginning of each academic year. Our school council is made up of 2 representatives from each year group from Y2 to Y6. This creates a central group that speaks on behalf of the whole school and makes decisions about school life. We value the opinions of our pupils and the School Council gives pupils a forum to share these opinions with the Headteacher and other members of staff.

Here at St Mary and St Michael’s our school council members are elected by their peers to represent the views and opinions of the pupils in our school.

Miss Donaghy – School Council (Teacher representative)

I am very proud to lead our School Council. We have amazing children in our school who have lots of great ideas on how we can work together to make a better school. They do all the hard work and like to get involved as much as possible…making my job a bit easier! We have children from Year 6 all the way down to Year 2. We want to make sure that all children’s voices are heard in our school. Each class has a school council box which gives all pupils in our school the opportunity to voice their opinions and share their ideas. We meet every other Wednesday to discuss the ideas from our class boxes and events we are running. Then each class representative feeds information back to their classes. I am very fortunate to work with a great group of children this year and I know we are going to achieve a lot for our school!


What do we aim to do this year:

In the 2022/23 school year the school council aim to do the following;

School council representatives meet fortnightly to discuss their views and be heard.

Plan our anti-bullying week activities and assembly

Plan and run in school competitions and judge the entries Create a fundraising plan for the year and choose charities we would like to work with.

Design with action plan based on what students want for the school year.


Our School Councillors for 2022/23

Mason C Rebecca
Tahid Inaaya
Jack Anthesa
Cassius Olivia & Nimatalah
Abiel Ahliyicah

Anti-Bullying Week November 2022

The School Council for organised activities for Anti-Bullying Week and led an assembly for us. The theme this year was ‘Reach Out’. Staff gave out ‘Caught You Being Kind’ notes and we have discussed that kind actions and words don’t just happen in Anti-Bullying Week but every day.

School Council Letter Anti-Bullying Week and Children in Need

Children in Need November 2022

The School Council organised a pyjama day to raise money for Children in Need. Thank you to everybody who participated.