Clifton Primary School School Council is a representative group of twenty four students who have been elected by their classmates to represent their views, raise issues and share ideas to improve our school.
A new school council is formed during the Autumn Term each year. These members have to give election speeches to their class before the formal voting takes place, just like a real election. Our school council is made of two representatives from each class from Years 1-6.
At our meetings, held every term, we decide what we can do to improve the school. We don't just decide ourselves what to do. Our classmates put their ideas down through questionnaires and surveys. If you have any questions about the School Council, please contact a School Council member or come and see our noticeboard.