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The School Council

Student Voice

At Heathermount School, our students play an active role in their education, community, and environment. To support this, we have a Primary and Secondary School Council who represent their peers’ views, ideas, and concerns. The student voice is an essential tool to help develop the school.

Aims of the School Council

  • To uphold the values of the school (Positive, respect, resilience, independence, courage and responsible)

  • To gather student views and present them at School Council meetings which will be shared with the Senior Leadership Team

  • To help identify areas in which improvements can be made to benefit the school

  • To contribute to the curriculum

  • To help raise issues that are of concern such as bullying

  • To develop leadership and social skills

What has the School Council achieved in recent years

  • Collected food for our local foodbank

  • Toy drive

  • Changed the food options for school lunch

  • Participated in interviews of Senior Leaders

  • Discussed with SLT the need for outside equipment for Secondary students

  • Input in the PSHE curriculum

  • Reward system for Secondary

  • Fundraise

This page will be further updated after we elect our Council members for this year.