Student Voice

Our School Council and Sport Council

Pupils and teacher outside

 At St Andrew the Apostle School, we understand the importance of our students’ views and opinions and provide a opportunities for discussion on important issues through Year Councils and the School Council. Council members are elected by their peers in elections conducted in September of each academic year.

Each class democratically elects two representatives to serve on the Year Council. The role of the class representatives is to consult with their peers over issues that arise at Year Council Meetings and report back to their class at the earliest opportunity. Each class also elects two deputy class representatives, in case of absence.

Minutes of the meetings are taken and are available to all representatives in the following week’s meeting. The aim of this is to ensure that every student can be kept informed and to generate further interest in issues discussed. Minutes are usually posted on the year notice board by the Head of Year and reports are delivered back to student in form time.

Please see the list of students who are our representatives currently:
Student Council

  • new council members will be nominated in the new school year. 

Sports Council

  • new council members will be nominated in the new school year.