What is the Student Council
The Student Council is a body elected by students in all years to give everyone a voice in school issues.
Every class elects two class representatives who attend a Year Group Council every month.
Each Year Group Council is chaired by a Senior Prefect.
How are Student Representatives elected?
All class members can vote for their choice as representatives using the ‘first past the post’ system. The candidates with the most votes are elected!
How often does the Student Council meet?
Each Year Group Council meets once a month and the whole Student Council may meet at other times during the year.
Why should I stand as a representative?
Being a member of the Student Council will help you to build confidence speaking in public, debate issues which matter to you and your class mates and help contribute to school life.
How does it work?
Council representatives discuss issues of concern to pupils during form class time and class representatives forward these to the Chair for inclusion on the group’s monthly agenda.
At the Student Council meetings, all class representatives are encouraged to share their opinions and report back to each form class.
Our Mission Statements:
Limavady Grammar School’s Student Council aims to give all pupils in the school a ‘voice’ and to encourage a spirit of collaboration, responsibility and participation.
We strive to promote positive and respectful relationships between pupils and pupils and pupils and staff.
All pupils in Limavady Grammar School are motivated to participate in a democratic, civic and responsible manner.
- The Student Council discusses and collaborates with the school’s Senior Management Team on issues such as:
- School Uniform;
- Sixth Form study and recreation areas;
- After school clubs and activities;
- School environment: bicycle racks, litter, bag drops;
- Teaching and learning issues; home works, tracking deadlines, examinations.