The School Council is made up of representatives from each year group including the Sixth Form.
The representatives from each year group take ideas from their Year Councils and put them forward at the School Council meetings.
The School Council meets regularly to discuss issues that have been brought to them; the main aim is to be the voice of the pupils and to make sure that the pupils' voice is heard.
A School Council member is elected Chairperson. There are also roles for Vice Chairperson and Secretary.
Mr Halligan, Key Stage Four Leader, supports the School Council.
The School Council aims to reflect the voice of the pupils of Priesthorpe. It looks at issues that have been brought forward and decides what action should be taken.
The School Council looks at a range of issues, for example most recently the School Canteen and the Trust Consultation.
If you are a pupil and there is anything that you would like the School Council to discuss then please let your form’s Year Council representative know.