Student Council

Thank you to all the year 9 & 10 who applied for the New KS4 Student Council !! We were amazed & Impressed by the quality & enthusiasm of all applicants from each learning house!! Congratulations so far go to

Yr10 – Jack Kitchen, Aimee Morrow, Adona Mathew, Emilia Taraszkiewicz, Aleena Mathew, Max Lovell, Rachel Mc Murdo, Madison Ruocco, Kumiko Goddard.

Yr9 – Logan Kerlew, Kamil Figura, Eloise Fisher, Scarlett Hill, Dominic Walker, Daisy Court, Riley Mort, Millie Mulvey, Charney Huntley, Sophie Saglam.

Next Meeting: 8.30am Thursday 28th April 2016. Yr 7 & 8 – watch out for the upcoming opportunities in the summer term!!! Mrs Horne & Mr Mitchell 

2015 Academy Council Meeting 1

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In our latest meeting, the topic of Food in the canteen was discussed . This is particularly pertinent in light of current Government legislation.

Catering Academy were good enough to a senior representative to the meeting to discuss any improvements and changes that could be made.

The suggestions have been taken away and we will feed back on these in future meetings

Anti-bullying ambassadors

15 Academy Councillors have been trained as anti-bullying ambassadors at a special event at St George’s School. They will play an important role in raising awareness of the Academies anti-bullying policies and be involved in Dynamic Days in the near future.

College Parliament meet with members of the executive SLT

College council meeting SLT

Prospective members of the College Parliament met with members of the executive SLT today to put forward the College Council's proposals regarding rewards. Zahra, Adam and Josh spoke with passion and enthusiasm on the topic and put forward four proposals which the SLT will now cost and Mr Naylor will implement.

  • Fast passes for breaktime and lunchtime with the option to bring a friend
  • Students to choose reward trips to various places not just the cinema
  • Points to be used as currency in dining room and shop within College
  • Staff to be encouraged to award points for good classwork and homework and an INSET session to be run on this

These proposals should be in place by February half term. This is the first representation by the College Council to the Exec SLT and the students enjoyed it immensely. The College Council under Mr Naylor's leadership is really beginning to make a difference to the lives of students at St. Mary's.