Councillors are elected in years 1 to 6 at the start of the school year by their peers.

They all have the important job of representing the views of their classmates, taking part in the job interview process for new staff and ensuring the opinions of their fellow pupils are heard during decisions that are made that effect the school.

At Perry Hall we have an active school council made up of pupils from Reception to Year 6. Each pupil is democratically elected into the post at the start of each academic year. Nominations are taken and then potential candidates have to present a speech to encourage their fellow pupils to vote for them. The successful candidates are then elected to represent the views of all the pupils and to improve our school.
The school council take part in decisions around the school and have successfully raised money for local and national charities.

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