Members of the School Council are voted in by their classmates to represent their views on a range of issues throughout the school.
The council meets every two weeks.
The aim of the School Council is to discuss issues that arise from a child's perspective. It helps greatly to see the school through the eyes of its most important members - the children!
Discussions during the meetings are minuted, with points raised being passed to the school's senior leadership team.
St Pancras School Council: