Our Student Council has been re-formed to further enhance Student Voice at Kingswood. Nominations and a ballot were recently held and the successful students will now take their place on the Council.
We would like to congratulate the following students who were successful in being elected by their peers to represent them on the Student Council:
|Aardman||KS3||Sophie Whitty||Year 7|
|KS4||Brandon Wall||Year 10|
|Bourne||KS3||Michael Sanni||Year 9|
|KS4||Faye Webb||Year 10|
|Glennie||KS3||Ella Hill||Year 8|
|KS4||Lily Smith||Year 11|
|Hepworth||KS3||Dom King||Year 9|
|KS4||Jordan Hetherington||Year 10|
|Littlewood||KS3||Ennija Zalecka||Year 9|
|KS4||Lewis Elmier||Year 11|
The Council will hold it's inaugural meeting within the next few weeks.
Each House elected two representatives to join the Council, which will meet once each term during the Academy day. Prior to this meeting the House Council representatives will hold a 'clinic' for students from their House to make suggestions/requests/put items for discussion onto the agenda of the Council. These 'clinics' will be supported by either the Progress Leader or Progress Mentor.
Student Council representatives may be called upon to perform other duties for example:
- Taking prospective members of staff on tours of the Academy
- Interviewing prospective members of staff
- Possibly even speaking at Parents' Evenings - but this would only be by agreement!
Of course it's good for Kingswood to have students speaking up in a constructive way to help to make us the best Academy we possibly can be. It is also a very good experience for individual students and looks good on CVs!
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