Wednesbury Learning Community Trust

together to improve
the life chances
of children and
families in the
Wednesbury area"


What is a school council and why do we have them?

A school council is a group of children who represent their school and the voices of all children. They gather together to share ideas for the improvement of the school and its enviroment. The school council has the responsibility to promote the school values by contributing to decision making.

Why a School Council and Democracy are important

As part of our work over the past two years, we have been asking our peers in school what they think about School Councils and Democracy. Here are the summarised views of the children in Wednesbury schools

Why do Wednesbury Children think School Councils are important?

Why do Wednesbury Children think Democracy is important?

Our School Council Projects