Student Council

Students and Families

Here at 鶹, we believe that `Student Voice` is at the heart of the Academy. Our Student Council is a fundamental part of our ethos and implementation of Academy values. Student Council is a combination of all year groups with an elite Student Leadership team in KS4 and 5. We encourage the Student Council to discuss topics surrounding a variety of areas, aiming to enhance wellbeing, achievement, and cultural development. Regular meetings take place to provide a platform and opportunity to share new visions or ideas to Senior Staff and Head Teacher.

Student Leadership - Head boy and head Girl and deputy students

Student Leadership is made up of 8 students. This fundamental group represent and listen to the voices of all students. They also work strongly with family and community relations and represent the Academy in a variety of ways. Opportunities include leading assemblies, supporting staff and families during Parents Evenings, and conducting and organising events.

Tutor Representatives and Year Representatives

Tutor Representatives are nominated by their peers. These students support their tutor as well as being part of Student Council. Year Representatives are interviewed by Senior Students. This prestigious role enables students to attend Student Council meetings on behalf of their year group.


  • Student lanyards are new to the Academy uniform.  
  • Supported Awards Assemblies, collected donations for charity days (£1923.79 Save the Children non uniform day).
  • Successful communication on TEAMS channel. 
  • Senior Students attending Year 6 Induction. 
  • Silver ties – Senior Students and Year Representatives. 
  • Super League Planet – 4th position out of over 130 schools 2021/22.
  • Culture Day 2022 – This will now be an annual event. 
  • Library support.
  • Relationship built between Student Council and Mr James (catering).
  • Epraise and Strive for 5 – prize suggestions.  
  • Supporting the Personal Development Curriculum – delivering assemblies. 
  • More paninis – this was very important! 
  • Uniform expectations – website changes.
  • Leading Black History Month competition and assemblies. 
  • Increased the number of water fountains. 
  • Supported the launch of the pre-loved uniform shop. 
  • Attendance to Family Forum.
  • Contributions to The School of Sanctuary Award.