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School Council

Our School Council is democratically voted for by the children within each class. An agenda is set for each meeting and councillors bring ideas discussed within their classes. Minutes are taken and it is the councillors responsibility to report back to their class.

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The School Council meet regularly to discuss ideas, issues and concerns about the school. They have been involved in reviewing our Behaviour and Anti Bullying policies, as well as coming up with ideas such as the astro turf pitch and visiting other schools.

Our School Council met with other School Councils in the local area and visited their schools to share ideas.

In one of these meetings, we agreed on some Anti Bullying Strategies that should be in all our schools and designed a poster to put up in our schools.

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The RUGS is the name for our MAT Student Council.  It stands for ‘Really Useful Generation Students’ Group.  Its membership is (usually) a boy and a girl from each of the settings within the Trust elected by their own student communities.  Their term of office is 2 years.  Members of the RUGS are also ambassadors for the Trust.  The Group meets at least once every term and is supported by our Deputy Head Teachers’ Group.


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