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Weston Green School Council

Weston Green’s school council includes pupils from Years 3 to 6 who have been elected by their classmates to represent the views of all pupils and to help improve the school.  Pupils who want to be considered for the role of councillor each prepare a short election speech which they deliver to their class. Following their speech, classmates are given the opportunity to ask questions to the candidates.

Regular school council meetings are held to investigate ways to achieve the school council’s aims for improving the school and getting involved in the local community.  Weston Green’s first school councillors were elected in 2013 and completed a very successful term of office.  Their achievements include arranging for Elmbridge Council’s local Countryside Officer to come and talk to the councillors about ways to improve the local environment and responding to pupils’ request to improve playtimes by organising the collection of Sainsbury’s vouchers, which were exchanged for play equipment.

View photos of the School Council supporting the local community at Ditton Common.

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