“We aim to send all young people into an ever-changing world able and qualified to play their full part in it.”

School Council

At Clifton we have a student council, which is a representative body composed of students elected by their peers from each year group. Our student council meet regularly to represent student’s interests, concerns and play an active role in our decision making process as an educational setting.

Engagement in a student council offers numerous benefits to both individual students that are  representatives themselves, and the school as a whole:

1. Empowerment: Student council members are empowered to contribute to decision-making processes. This gives our students as Clifton the opportunity to foster a sense of ownership and responsibility for their educational environment.

2. Civic Participation: By participating in the student council, students gain first-hand experience in democracy, which is one of the British values that we actively promote at Clifton School.

3. Skill Enhancement: Members of the student council develop skills such as public speaking, negotiation, event planning, and conflict resolution that are transferable to various aspects of their lives.

4. Positive School Climate: Our student council has a positive influence on our school climate by addressing concerns, promoting inclusivity, and fostering a culture of respect and collaboration.


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