Our Pupil Councils
Pupil voice and involvement is important. We have many different groups and councils that the children can be involved in. To help with understanding the British value of demoncracy, these are normally voted for by the children.
Head Boy and Head Girl
This year the children have elected a Head Boy and Head Girl
Head Boy - Tobi
Head Girl - Isabelle
These two excellent choices by the children will be great ambassadors for our school for their term of office.
Pupil voice and input are important to St Aidan's and to facilitate it we run a number of pupil councils.
Junior Leadership TeamThis is made up from one member of each class, selected by the children, who meet regularly and discuss ways to celebrate and improve the school experience for all of the children
This council is also made up of one member of each class. This group meet regularly to discuss the different forms of worship that happen in school and church and how to make this better for all children. They also plan and help with the church celebrations that school is involved with.
This group also form our ICONS council. This is made up from the children who were part of the Worship council when school was awarded International Cross Of Nails status. They support when we focus on peace and reconciliation events.
We also have a sports council who help decide on and provide the different sports activities that children can engage with on play times and dinner times.
We have been recognised as officially being a happy school, gaining our happiness award after external verification. The sunshine council help to keep coming with ideas and suggestions to improve well-being and happiness across the school community.
This council helps organise and arrange initiatives that make our school more enviromentally efficient and aware. It is made up from children across the whole school.