School Council Crew

What student councils are about

  • Giving every student in the school a chance to say what they want, knowing that they will be listened to and that their views will be considered.
  • Sharing and exchanging ideas with students in other forms and other years.
  • Involving students in making decisions about how the school is run.
  • Giving students experience of creating new initiatives, solving problems and achieving their goals.
  • Respecting students in their own education and improving the school community.
  • Involving the whole school community in developing shared standards of behaviour and maintaining them
  • Making sure that students have the right to express their views, and to have their views taken into account, on matters that concern their life in school.
  • Ensuring that the school is a happy one for all students to enable them to learn to the best of their ability.

Fund Raising

School Council wanted to support these charities throughout 2013/2014, they decided  that it would be good to support Local, National and International Charities.

These are the charities School Council decided on:
  • Locally they had chosen The Mustard Tree and The PDSA
  • Nationally they had chosen The British Heart Foundation and raised £150 through the Valentine Disco
  • Internationally they had chosen World Book Aid which supports children in developing countries to improve the literacy through books. On World Book Day the school dressed up as their favourite book character, overall the school raised £85. 
School Council also supported these charities and raised:
  • MacMillan raised £300 through a MacMillan coffee morning in 2013, £200 in 2014 and £285.50 in 2015 (MacMillan Coffee Morning Certificate 2015)
  • Children with Cancer raised £100 when students wore Christmas Jumpers in 2013.
  • The Christmas Disco raised £100 for the PDSA in 2014.
  • The Christmas Fete raised £370 for School Funds in 2013, in 2014 we raised £600 for Multiple Sclerosis and in 2015 £760 was raised for the Prom, Year 11 will go to the ball.
  • Brook Green also raised £85 for Gables Farm Dogs & Cats Home by wearing Christmas Jumpers in December 2014.
  • The Chestnut Appeal for Prostate Cancer raised £160 in 2014.
  • Jeans for Genes Day raised £100 in 2014 & £106 in 2015 (Jeans for Genes Day Certificate 2015 & Jeans for Genes Day Thank You Letter 2015)
  • The Poppy Appeal raised £110.79 in 2014, £73.02 in 2015 (Poppy Appeal Thank You Letter 2015) and £137.05 in 2016 (Poppy Appeal Thank You Letter 2016)
  • St Luke's Festive Thursday raised £87, but £100 was donated in December 2015 (St Luke's Thank You Letter 2016).
  • FLEET (Front Line Emergency Equipment Trust) raised £120 in December 2015 (FLEET Thank You Letter 2016).
  • The Brook Green Christmas Disco raised £86.35 for Starlight Children's Ward at Derriford Hospital in December 2016.
  • Canine Partners raised £70 as apart of Brook Green's Christmas Jumper Day in December 2016.