Clarice Cliff Primary School has an active school council which ensures pupils are given the opportunity to have their voices heard. It works as follows: each class elects two members to the council each year. The council meets fortnightly during term time and discusses issues raised by pupils. Class representatives report back to their class and help to make the ideas they agree on happen in our school.
This year, school council representatives will have the opportunity to visit the local council offices to see how democracy works in Stoke-on-Trent. They will also have opportunities to support the wider community, making decisions about the charities that we raise money for and thinking of ways to support them.
As a school council, we see ourselves as the voice of all pupils in the school. If you have a good idea for the school, let your school council representatives know.