Stamford Hill Primary School Council is an elected body representing the pupils of the school. It meets every fortnight with the Assistant Head for Inclusion.
There is a notice board with pictures of the Council members and its activities in the main corridor.
Pupils from each Year2 to Year 6 elect 2 members of their class to represent them on the School Council. These children then meet together with an agenda set either by themselves, or by the Assistant Head who may need the children to discuss a particular issue.
The children then receive the minutes of the meeting and report back to their class every Thursday morning at School Council Time. The class will then have an opportunity to discuss or raise issues of their own. Items for discussion are then brought to the next Council meeting for discussion or approval.
The School Council have designed a new Trim Trail for the playground and helped organise safer ways of playing in the playground. They have also helped with the Anti-bullying week activities.