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Pupil Council and Prefects

School Council ‘Every child has a Voice’.

Each year voting takes place in each form, for the children who have campaigned to be elected to the School Council.

What is a School Council?

A School Council is a group of pupils who are elected to represent the views of all pupils and to improve their School.

What does it do?

A School Council meets (with a member of staff present) to discuss and sort out problems and ideas.  Members of the School Council will be responsible for carrying out ideas that they have agreed, such as planning charity events, School workshops, meeting with Governors or other communities, putting forward views of other children in the School.

What makes a good School Council?

A good School Council is one that represents the views of the children and gets things done. These are some of the things that make our School Council effective:-

•Regular meetings

•Good communication between representatives and their class.

•Smaller groups (sub-committees) working on specific events or issues.

 

The School Councillors are supported by Mr Elcock (Senior Leader)

Academy Prefects

Four Dwellings academy appoints Prefects each year to undertake various roles and responsibilities around the school, both during the school day and at after school events. This is a perfect role for students in Year 11 who want to take on extra responsibility, extend their experience and provide themselves with opportunities which will support their applications to college and university and to work. The school prefects are supported by Mr Garvey (Head of Key Stage 4). Click on the above link for a list of prefects

Academy Pupil Well-being Leads

This is a new role within school that is supported by a senior member of staff, Birmingham Education Partnership and The Children’s Society. The role of the leaders is to attend training sessions and then filter the information back to young people and to develop an action plan alongside senior leaders that best supports the well-being of everyone in school. This year the leads are concentrating on supporting year 7 pupils. The Well-being Leads are supported by Mr Elcock (Senior Leader)


TUTOR GROUP

SCHOOL COUNCIL REP

7A

Ashling Gomes/Great Erikowa

7B

Fausta Gumbeleviciute

7C

Daniel Kennedy 

8A

Lewis Webb

8B

Millie Ashman/ Alfie Goldie

8C

Chloe Hackley

8D

Bryan Musvipa

9A

Kyle Best

9B

Aaron Nyguen

9C

Tia Stephens

10A

Daniyet Tekie

10B

Romana Rahman

10C

Lucky Hussein/Mollie Brooks

10D

Emily Phillips

11A

Calesha Finn

11B

Fodebe Konte

11C

Victoria Lynch

11D

John Ling


Please click here to access the results of the student council feedback on the school's reward systems
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