Student Council

At West Bretton School we believe that our pupils should have a voice and help us lead the school forward, making it the best school it can be. Our student council does just that!

The student council meets with Mrs Womersley, the Headteacher, on a regular basis and makes important decisions about key issues in school.  It is also heavily involved in organising school fundraising events to benefit others. 

The council is made up of two representatives from each class, who are elected by their peers, after creating their own manifestos.  The children are responsible for gathering the views of their class as well as suggesting enterprising ideas of their own.

Over the past year the student council have been involved in organising curriculum activities such as World Book Day and Anti-Bullying Week, raising money for Children in Need and Sport Relief, deciding on equipment for a new Trim Trail and community play equipment as well as helping interview our new caretaker.  They have an important part to play in school life.

In 2015, in response to pupil questionnaires, we appointed a Head Girl and Head Boy. They assist in running the school - especially with pupil voice!

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Monday 11 December 2017