At Trinity our school council play a vital role in ensuring all children have their voice heard. They meet fortnightly to discuss school issues as well as any that may have risen in class. Each class is represented by 2 school council members who nominated themselves and were voted in by their peers.
All our pupils have an opportunity to play an active role in decisions that affect their learning and well-being. Our School Council plays an essential part in ensuring our pupils have a greater say over matters that affect their academy life and education. In this way, our children have a greater sense of belonging, become more confident when putting forward ideas and develop a greater understanding of the need to work co-operatively for the good of others.
The School Council is proud of representing the pupil’s voice at Trinity Primary Academy and thrives to achieve better things to make our academy as good as it can possibly be.
Our Councillors will always be available to listen to new suggestions, ideas, etc from pupils, staff and parents.