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The First Meeting for the Pupil Council

26 February 2016

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Our School's Pupil Council met for the very first time yesterday. They were elected from each class and they will have a greater say in improvements around the school and things that affect them. Currently, this will be a Primary and Secondary Pupil Council. In the meeting, they discussed the key roles in the Council and how they would be further elected. 

Congratulations to our Pupil Council members as follows: 

Year 3: Eva Simmonds, Dante Griffiths, Ben Thomas, Edward Savagar, Evelyn Bowen

Year 4: Martha Lewell, Maithili Parekh, Rylan Holt, Anelotte Espeskog, William Smith

Year 5: Abbie Yiu, Carrie Stevenson, Alice Stevenson, Boco To

Year 6: Hayley Dodd, Saffron Goggins, Sunny Donat

Year 7: Elena Gonzalez, Janice Ooi

Year 8: Rebecca Chen, Ryan Chu