Ysgol Uwchradd Aberteifi School Council
The aim of the school council is to give pupils the opportunity to express their views about school life where they will be listened to and action taken when appropriate. It will also enable them to actively participate in improving the school community.
The school council has a responsibility to think of ways to help the school community to become safer, healthier, more pleasant and environmentally friendly.
- An election will be held in September every year.
- There should be one representative from each class with one deputy.
- The chairperson and deputy position will be taken by the Head Boy and Head Girl.
- A school staff member representative will be present at each meeting (non voter).
- Representative from Governors (non voter).
- School Council meetings will be held once every six weeks (half term) and last for one hour.
- The meeting will follow a set agenda. Minutes will be taken at every school council meeting.
- All decisions taken at the school council meeting shall be a show of hands and the result of the vote recorded.
- The class representative will be required to attend every School Council meeting. If the representative is unable to attend a meeting they should arrange for the 2nd representative to attend on their behalf.
- The chairperson is in charge of the school council meeting and has the right to ask a representative to leave if they are behaving badly.
- No individual staff or students may be discussed without their permission.
- School council representatives will be given the opportunity to report back from meetings and discuss issues with their classmates at regular class meetings.
- Feedback will also be provided to the Senior Management team on a regular basis and the Governing body.
- The School Council will nominate two associated pupil Governors from year 11 -13 to sit on the School Governors.
Rights and responsibilities
- Representatives, as members of the school council agree to maintain a good standard of behaviour.
- Members of staff are not allowed to vote at school council meetings.
- The school council has a responsibility to think of ways to help the school community to become safer, healthier, more pleasant and environmentally friendly.
- Governors may nominate a representative to attend the school council meeting.
- The council may invite people to the meeting to explain any aspect of school life when appropriate.
Members of the School Council 2016-2017
|7 Hoffnant||Ibrahim Mossabir||Nia Kelly|
|7 Bannon||Madison Giles||Eddie Jeffreys|
|7 Arberth||Szymon Drutel||Faith Shangula|
|7 Crannog||Dean Cameron||Carafflur Davies|
|7 Teifi||Kelly Thomas||Max Rodda-Lodder|
|8 Hoffnant||Degwel Hunting-Morris||Caren Jones|
|8 Arberth||Alyx Pidgeon||Charlie Costello|
|8 Crannog||Katie Canning||George Allerton|
|8 Bannon||Luc Ring||Dylan Castle|
|9 Hoffnant||Morgan Woolley||Iwan Griffiths|
|9 Arberth||Aaron Pearce||Bethany Harman-Warnes|
|9 Crannog||Kiera Morris||Taine Morgan|
|10 Hoffnant||Molly Clarke||Hefin Bragg|
|10 Bannon||Sam Osborne|
|10 Crannog||Rebecca Wainwright|
|10 Arberth||Cha Pring||Oliver Leeming|
|11B||Kallum Thomas||Courtney Stewart|
|11C||Jordan Phillips||Lucy Thomas|
|11D||Leon Ali||Katie Grota|
|12A||Benjamin James||Gwenllian Wilson|
|12B||Ewan Phillips||Emily Rockley|
|13A||Daniel Ramsbottom||Dafydd Rotie|
|Angharad Davies||Beci Rasmussen|