Great Arley School, Thornton-Cleveleys

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24th May 20
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School Council

Great Arley School Council


Meet some of our School Councillors. These pupils play an important role ensuring that the pupil voice is not only heard but also acted upon. They represent the pupils' views from their classes at the regular meetings.

They do a fantastic job for the school.

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Our School Council is a group of students, who are elected by their peers to represent the views of all pupils and to help improve their school.

This team of pupils is co-ordinated by Mrs Keogh. Each September pupils in Years P3, KS3 and KS4 elect a representative from their class to become a member of the School Council.

School Council meetings take place regularly throughout the year. We discuss any issues that pupils have raised with their School Council representative. We hold meetings with Mrs Keogh to put forward our ideas for consideration. Our thoughts and ideas are passed to Mr Higham, our Headteacher, who writes back to us and let's us know how our ideas can be used.