All age groups, including the ELC Unit, are represented on the Pupil Council. As well as leading the school’s Rights Respecting Schools Award work, pupils also work with the Head Teacher to contribute to school improvement.
We are committed to making sure that all pupils in the school have a say in matters which are important to them. Children have a right to voice their opinions and have their ideas listened to. We are passionate about pupils having a meaningful say in the life of the school. Pupils all take part in either the Pupil Council or the Eco Council. Children who are in their year of transition into P1 are also invited to join these groups.
Activities include organising charity events, taking part in self- evaluation to improve the school, and representing pupil views to the staff.