At St. Loys, pupil voice is recognised as an integral part of school life, helping to inform the pupil experience. As an elected member of school council, pupils are provided with the opportunity to share their views, take decisions on behalf of others, be advocates of our school values and develop attributes of Global Citizenship. Elections for members usually takes place at the beginning of the school year. Each year group votes for one representative and badges are awarded to the successful candidates. Our most recent elections took place during the start of the Spring Term during our Rebel Raiser day and the following children were elected;
Our school Council meet once a term to discuss any issues in our school, fundraising ideas and to make suggestions for further action. The elected School Council members, from Foundation Stage to Year 6, meet with either our Headteacher Miss Crawford or one of our Senior Lead Teachers. After consulting with their respective class peers about issues for discussion, an agenda is set and the meeting is arranged.
Our eldest representatives are encouraged to Chair and Minute the meetings.
In the past our School Council have: