Here at St Clement's we have a busy group of students who work together to form the school council. It is divided into a KS3 and KS4 school council; this is to ensure that all students are suitably represented according to their different needs as they grow throughout their years at St Clement's.
The KS3 school council is currently chaired by Elizabeth Wood and George Willingham; both appointed on the basis of their excellent letters of application. Both Elizabeth and George work together with the other students on the council to try and make changes on behalf of their peers, from both KS3 and KS4.
The KS4 school council is chaired by William Coase; a keen and focused member of the school who is currently working with his council to try and secure a deal for a hot drinks machine, and possibly even a Year 11 'Common Room' or social area.
Our school council model is simple, yet effective. Anybody is welcome to join and become a representative; and although we are still in the early stages of existence, we already have had some influence on some significant school issues. Such as the rewards system for both KS3 and KS4 and securing the use of the village hall for break and lunchtime.
Both our KS3 and KS4 school council are working on behalf of the student body to ensure they are happy at St Clement's and most importantly, to ensure their voices are heard!