The School Council has evolved into a pupil leadership team.
Two representatives per class from Year 2 to Year 6. To be elected, children have to give a speech in front of their class to tell them why they believe they would be a good pupil leader. Every child in the school has a vote in the elections.
School Council meetings are held regularly in school. Issues that arise in class are discussed and the link teacher then represents the school council to report back to the head teacher or at staff meetings. Feedback and further action plans are always given at the next school council meeting.
The pupil leaders also take part in learning walks, pupil interviews and occasionally even attend Governor meetings.