St Mabyn School Council
The school council is the voice of the pupils.
We aim to make our school a better place by
Any pupil in St Mabyn School can put themselves forward to be elected as a School councillor. Elections take place once a year in September. Candidates are given time to prepare a manifesto which is read out to their class. The Class vote for the best manifesto.
The school council then vote for a Chairperson, Secretary and Treasurer.
School Council Roles
Thomas is our Chairperson- he runs the meetings, organises votes and decides who has got to do something, when it’s got to be done by and how everyone will know that it has been done.
Daniel is our Secretary- he takes care of all the minutes including the decisions that are made and the important issues that are discussed; and makes sure that copies of the minutes are put on the School Council noticeboard, sent to the Headteacher, and put on the school website and in the school council folder.
Ruby is our Treasure she takes care of our money; keeping a log of how much money is spent and raised.
All other councillors contribute to the meetings and report back to their classes.
School Council Code of Conduct
All Councillors are expected be courageous advocates for all children in St Mabyn and around the Globe. In St Mabyn the School Council will:
A school councillor can resign from their post by speaking to the Head of the School. If a Councillor is not acting according to the code of conduct they will be given a verbal warning, followed by a written warning and then finally asked to leave if conduct hasn't improved.
Decisions of the school council
A minimum of 5 councillors must be in attendance and voting at a meeting for any decision to be valid. Either the link teacher or other adult must also be in attendance. If a vote leads to a tie, the Chairperson will have the deciding vote. Link teachers or other adults may not vote in school council decisions. All members of the school will be informed of the decisions the school council has taken.