At St Margaret’s we take our pupils’ voice very seriously. As a result of this, we have three councils with pupil involvement:
Each of these councils are established early on in the autumn term with the members being democratically elected by their classmates. This provides the pupils with an insight into the democratic process in electing Governments and further develops our teaching around British Values.
Listed below are the results of the Council votes and the consequent elected members of each council for 2020/2021.
Pupils who nominated themselves for election were required to write a speech that was delivered to their classmates. Following this, each class had the opportunity to partake in a secret ballot to elect one member per council. We will hold a new election process to elect new members of each council in September of the 2020/2021 school year. The elected pupils will play a big part in how the school is run, including how we conduct worship, how to improve teaching and learning and ideas for ‘whole school projects’ and inspirational days/trips/workshops.
Learning Council Aims: Led by Mr. Wakeford
To enable pupils to take part in their learning, by making pupils at the school more aware of what good learning is.
To get pupils more engaged in the learning process.
To obtain pupils’ insights into what makes a good lesson.
Worship Council Aims: Led by Mr. Harris
- To enable pupils to organise, structure and support worship within the school day.
- To give pupils understanding of what worship is and why it is important as Christians.
- To give pupils the opportunity to better express their worship to God.
- To provide feedback regarding the effectiveness of our collective acts of worship and applying our school vision.
School Council Aims: Led by Mr. Wakeford
- To give pupils the opportunity to innovate and create ideas to enhance their environment and provision.
- To enable pupils to propose trips/workshops other ways to enrich learning at St. Margaret’s.
- To enable pupils to be part of enterprising at St. Margaret’s, such as Eco School projects and community based outreach projects.
|Year Group||School Council||Worship Council||Learning Council|
|Year 5W||Leah||Blessing||Naomi B|
Pupils who nominated themselves for election were required to write a speech that was delivered to their classmates. Following this, each class had the opportunity to partake in a secret ballot to elect one member per council. Our last election took place on Friday 11th September 2020. The elected pupils play a big part in how the school is run, including how we conduct worship, how to improve teaching and learning and ideas for ‘whole school projects’ and inspirational days/trips/workshops.