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School Council

What is the School Council?

The School Council of St Josephs Primary School consists of two representatives from each class, from Early Years to Year 6. The Council meets frequently, at least once every half-term, to express views and make decisions.

Staff are always keen to know the views of our pupils. For example, following curriculum-enrichment weeks, the introduction of new school initiatives and current themes that the school is focusing on.

The school council played a key role in the formulation of the Learning Bricks which relate to the Learning Characteristics that underpin the development of all of our pupils as successful learners. They introduce these to the whole school each week in assembly and we celebrate pupils who have demonstrated these characteristics to others during the week.

Representatives of the School Council are very much active citizens. They have begun writing to the parents to share their views and ask for their support in key issues too.