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St Saviour’s Primary School

St Saviour's School

Partners in Building a Future

School Council

Our ‘School Council’ is made up of children from across the school in Years 2 to 6. These children are elected to be representatives for their class and attend regular meetings to discuss relevant matters of interest concerning school organisation and development. The School Council is actively involved in decision making within the school and regularly consult with their peers to gather views and opinions. 
Any child in the school may put forward a suggestion to the School Council through their class council meetings. A response will be made by the School Council either personally or during one of our school assemblies. The aim of the School Council is to develop an awareness of citizenship and involve all our children, in the running of the school. 

Recently, our School Council undertook some online training - learning more about Jersey’s Participation Standards and the UNCRC. All pupils involved said they learnt a lot and were all engaged in conversations about our island. They looked at the current Government Plan and had suggestions of how to participate in important conversations about things that matter to them.

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