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The Student Council 2019/2020

The Student Council


Medway's student council exists to give students an opportunity to develop leadership by organising and carrying out school activities and service projects. In addition to planning events that contribute to school spirit and community welfare, the student council is the voice of the student body.


The role of the Student Council is to attend weekly meetings every Tuesday from 1.20 - 1.45. As a result of these meetings, they communicate the outcomes to KS2 pupils and teachers. Every other week, pupils meet with the senior leadership team to present the student voice and ensure the school vision is adhered to.


Our vision for the student council is to empower students to voice opinions, develop leadership skills and develop new initiatives around the school to enhance student experience.


The school council:

“Being part of the school council is extremely important to me as we make large decisions for the school from children’s perspectives, meaning children have their views heard. We also help in innovating the school. The school council is not just for the members, the school council is a voice for us all.”


“I feel it is a way to express other people’s feelings, because it allows me to pass on their ideas. Being a part of the School Council is very important to me because I have to make important decisions to ensure our school is the best!”



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Due to the extended lock-down measures in Leicester, the school will be closed from 12.30pm on Wednesday 1st July for all year groups. It will only remain open for its most vulnerable children. Please read your email (remember to check the junk or spam folder) or look in the noticeboard section for full details. Please stay safe and we look forward to welcoming you back on 1st September 2020.