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Our Curriculum Intent

At St Edward’s, we believe that pupils should inspire one another; striving to improve their school and wider community, implementing positive changes. We value the voice of the pupils and work with them to ensure that our community is the best it can be.  We work together to achieve our goals, learning and growing as one. Our School Councillors work as a team, representing their own views and the views of the children in their classes and actively engaging in regular meetings to discuss these. Furthermore, we develop our councillors to be leaders within our school and to understand the responsibility that this brings with it. 

Meeting with Mrs K and Mrs C to share pupil's voices.

Summary of Autumn Term suggestions 2022

Here we are casting votes for our new School Council representatives!


Well done to everybody that ran within the school council elections. You all provided us with some superb speeches, fantastic posters and enthusiastic campaigning. 


School Councillors for 2022-23:



1AC: Victoria and Ivy

1JW: Shiro and Arija

2SM: Eliza and Tessa

2SO: Laila and Leo

3DH: Amelia F and Erina

3CS: Silvie and Jeona

4GK: Malachi and Una

4AA: Eliza and Luke

5MT: Angel and Scout

5PW: Raihan and Thea

6EB: Ezekiel and Jasmine

6SM: Bella and Rhiah



Here's what our previous representatives loved most about being a part of the School Council:

'I have enjoyed sharing my class' ideas.'

'I have enjoyed raising money for charity.'

'I really liked preparing the School Council Mass.'

'It has been great making a change at school.'

'I love going to the meetings.'

'We have shared suggestions and made changes around the school.'

'We have had so many opportunities.'

'I like making people happy.'

'I have been a part of the changes that have occurred around school.'

'Being a part of the School Council community has been amazing!'

School Councillor Contract

Some of our wonderful School Councillors are ready and waiting for customers!  Raffle tickets for these fantastic hampers will help to raise money for our Lenten charities. 



Our School Council organised a Pyjama Day to mark the start of Mental Health Week. We raised funds for Forward Thinking Birmingham.

To raise the profile of our wonderful School Council, we are requesting sponsorship for some high-vis jackets.  These will be worn by school council members during break and lunchtimes to make them more visible to their peers, allowing for more opportunities to share ideas and suggestions for improving the school environment and fundraising. Our School Councillors have written some fantastic letters requesting sponsorship, so watch this space...

Our High-Vis Jackets with thanks to sponsorship from Crimscote Construction Ltd.

Our letters of thanks to Crimscote Construction for their sponsorship.

During our first school council meeting, we discussed our objectives and the importance of being a voice for all pupils.  We also received our badges which we are very proud of.

During this special time of November, we felt that it was important to not only think about the voices of our friends but also of those people who had fought and died for our country.

Meeting with Mrs Kennett and Mrs Carry

The School Councillors had a meeting with Mrs Kennett and Mrs Carry to discuss the views and suggestions given by each class.

We are looking forward to putting some of the agreed actions into place.

Our first meeting

School Council minutes of meetings 22/23

School Council Minutes of meetings 21/22

Here we are placing our votes!

School Council Application Forms 2021-22