We value children's opinions at St Luke's and there are a number of ways that children can contribute their ideas and opinions to school life. These include School Council, Ready, Respectful Safe Team, Collective Worship Team, Eco Team and Digital Leaders. Children also elect a Head Boy and Head Girl and their deputies every September.
Every September we hold our elections for Head Girl and Head Boy. Children in Year 6 who wish to stand each write a manifesto which they share with the school during an election assembly. All the children from Year 1 up and staff then get to vote at our Polling Station for the candidates they prefer. Children are taught about democracy and the electoral system of the UK as part of the election process.
A School Council is group of children who are elected to represent the views of all pupils within the school. The aim of the elected representatives is to help and support the school and its pupils to improve.
The Eco Team discuss ways we can make our school a greener place. The aim of the elected representatives is to help and support the school and its pupils to improve on ecological and environmental issues.
This is group of children who take a lead on computing, ICT and E-safety.
This is a group of children who help us plan and evaluate our collective worship. The aim of the representatives is to help spread the word of our weekly readings and support the school and clergy in planning and evaluating collective worship.
This is a group of children who help promote the highest standards in behaviour around the school. The aim of the representatives is to help be good role models for others and discuss behaviour and discipline with members of the SLT.