At Kilburn Park School, we have a School Council to increase student voice: we always want to listen to what our children have to say.
A school council is a group of pupils who get together to represent all pupil’s views on school related issues.
Kilburn Park School council consists of two students per year group, who get together to discuss affairs and to achieve change in school. School council meetings will be held once every fortnight.
Our school council has been divided into three committees:
- monitor energy usage, recycling
- assemblies, rewards, extra curricular
- improving school meals, themed days, cook offs.
The school council members will decide on projects to undertake within these committees in the coming weeks.
Every classroom has been equipped with a school council ‘suggestion box’. All pupils are encouraged to write down any suggestions they may have and place it in their box. Suggestions are taken seriously and read and discussed during school council meetings.