Pupils elect representatives from their class to sit on the School Council. It meets regularly to contribute towards the development of the school and to act as a channel of communication for pupils. It is also an introduction to democracy and the way groups work in our society to promote change. Recently the council has been leading work across the school on anti-bullying and it has held a fund raising event to collect money for the charity Crisis.
We also have two representatives on the Mole Valley Junior Youth Voice Council, made up of pupils from schools across the district and the Effingham Learning Partnership Confederation Council. These give some of our older pupils a chance to represent their school in a wider forum.