School Council

The School Council meet fortnightly to discuss key areas of school life, making sure that all children have a voice.

The Council are voted in by the pupils of the school in a democratic and fair process every year. Pupils voice their concerns and ideas for improving the school environment and community.

Key Areas of school life have been improved because we listen and act upon their ideas.

School Council Election 2017-2018

Congratulations to all our new class representatives.

Well done and thank you to all pupils who stood for election. Remember we value everyone and we need to hear what your ideas are. Make sure you share all your ideas with your you class rep!

We held our School Council elections in our classrooms. Everyone had a chance to vote for their own class representative's by filling in a ballot paper and placing it in the ballot box. Votes were counted and results were announced.

St Cuthbert's School Council Policy: Council Policy 


Take a look at our Children queuing to vote democratically for our 2017-2018 Council. 

Follow this link for: School council action plan 2015-2016

So far in 2016:

    • We had anti-bullying week from the 14th November to the 18th November. The School Council gave the school and an assembly, and we had an anti-bullying poster design competition, which you'll be able to see on the website soon.

Sister Maureen kindly agreed to bless and open our new bike shed.

Here you will find some of the things our School Council did in 2015-2016:

Thursday 14th January: Bedtime story day: The School council have arraigned for the children to wear their pyjamas  to school, even some of the staff joined in. The idea behind it was to celebrate books and raise some money for our school playground bins and Kitchen garden. Take a look at some of the pictures of all the children getting involved!