School Council


School Council is a very important way of keeping touch with the opinions of the most important people in the school...the children.

St John’s School Council, is formed of a girl and a boy from Reception Class to Year Six. At the beginning of each academic year, the prospective candidates make presentations to their class, then the Head Boy and Head Girl are chosen by a democratic vote. The School Council meets regularly to discuss various issues and concerns which arise and then give feedback to their class. These children are the voice of the pupils, and they have often represented their peers in a range of situations, from discussions with the Headteacher, to meeting Inspectors, discussing menus with the School Chef, to producing a document for prospective parents.