Our School Council
At Rosehill School, we actively engage pupils as participants in their education and in making a positive contribution to their school and local community.
Our Newly elected School Council represents the views of all our pupils and it gives children the opportunity to make their voices heard and feel part of the whole school community.
The Rosehill School Council is made up of elected representatives from different classes, across the school.
Their role is to represent the views of pupils in their department/ Key Stage, to celebrate what is working well and to discuss ideas on how to improve our school.
We are aiming to create change:
Listening to all Pupils
We try to ensure that all pupils have their views listened to and often acted upon. What pupils have told us has impacted on many areas of the school life. For example we have developed our Woodland Walk to offer a relaxing and creative outdoor learning experience, as well improving the schools MILE (immersive room), to offer a fun and creative virtual environment.
Having a Positive Impact on the Wider Community
One of their key areas of the Student Council is to decide upon activities for charity events and fundraising projects, including inviting visitors and arranging activities.
Another role is as tour guides for visitors. They are keen to tell visitors the things that they have changed to make our school a better place!
Student Council members are also invited to write and ask questions and become part of the recruitment process of new staff.
They hold regular meetings to collect ideas and have influenced decision making at City wide level feeding back to Councillors and Directors.
The Student Council provide regular feedback to the Governing Board, and parents through surveys and reports.