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School Council

School Council has a very important role in school as we help to lead on school improvements and make sure pupils’ voices are heard.    We have lots of exciting plans for this year which we look forward to sharing with you through the year.

Our School Council gives all the children in the school a voice through the representatives that have been chosen by each class. We meet every Monday to discuss issues and to plan our School Council Assembly.

Meet our school councillors for this year.

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Work as a School Councillor helps to put Article 12 of the Rights of a Child by the United Nations Conventions into practice. Article 12 says:

“Children have the right to say what they think should happen, when adults are making decisions that affect them, and to have their opinions taken into account.”


Newbridge School Council

‘Making our School the best it can be – together’

We will:

Listen to everyone’s ideas.

Attend meetings and share our discussions with our class.

Be organised.

Model good behaviour as a role model for others.

Encourage everyone to keep the Golden Rules.

 Golden Rules

School council job description

Here are the school council at work: