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Student Council

Student council

At Nendrum College, we believe that a successful Student Council is integral to nurturing responsible, collaborative and pro active young people. Our Student Council aims to bring community and strength within the school by complimenting whole school action plans to broaden student’s horizons, build confidence, independence and encourage excellence.

Pupil's voice

We are very interested in the views and opinions of our pupils. The Student Council gives pupils the opportunity to have a voice in school matters, which directly affect them.

Student Council Aims 

1. To gather the pupil’s views on various aspects of school life by liaising with

    year group representatives during form class.

2. To represent the pupil’s views at monthly meets so that the Student Council

    can feed  back to Miss Thompson and the Senior Leadership Team.

3. To identify areas of the college which would benefit from improvement.

4. To liaise with the Student body, issues, which are a cause for, concern.

5. Encourage and implement the Northern Ireland Curriculum objectives.

6. To represent the Student body in meetings.

Student Council Meetings

During Student Council meets a number of points about the college development are raised. These points vary from small suggestions like introducing new extra curricular activities to the provision of the food at school.

The Student Council has also played an active role with the Rights Respecting School by raising awareness of recycling, litter and adding new bins inside and outside the school building. They also chose the winners our recent litter competition.