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School Council

Our school council represents the views of all of our pupils and has a representative from each class (Years One to Six). The School Council reps put themselves forward for the role at the beginning of the year and are voted in by their peers.  They all take pride in wearing their badges and displaying all of the qualities needed to be a fantastic school council member.


Their jobs include organising fundraising for charities including Children in Need and raising money for school projects. The School Council work on improving our school, sharing ideas and helping teachers to create a positive, inviting environment through pupil voices and views.


The children have each got a note book, which they use to gather ideas, comments and information from their peers to share at the meetings on alternate Tuesday lunchtimes. They all work together in the meetings, supported by Mrs Hodges,  to share ideas, make suggestions and make decisions. Afterwards they feed back to their classes and carry out tasks when required.


The older members of the school council take part in school events such as open days and evenings where they proudly  carry out tours and talk about the school. This year as always, they did a fantastic job and always have wonderful things to say about what we have to offer.


Keep up to date with our projects and fundraising on the school Facebook page.

School Council News board 


Achievements this year


The School Council encouraged everyone to wear something spotty to school on Friday 15th November 2019 in order to raise money for Children in Need.  We are proud to report that over £400 was raised for this very deserving charity.  


On Monday 2nd December,the School Council organised our very first Great Trinity Bake-Off in order to raise money for Birmingham Children's Hospital.  Each class was encouraged to create cakes / biscuits / sweet treats which the children were then free to purchase later that day in order to raise funds.  The whole school had a fantastic morning creating delicious delights including banoffee pie, rocky roads, iced biscuits, cornflake cakes and  much more.  We raised a very  pleasing sum for this worthy cause....and had such fun along the way that we have decided to make the bake-off an annual event at Trinity.


Pupil Voice

The School Council have sought views from pupils this year on playground equipment and the organisation of school discos.