Pupil Council

Pupil Council provides a platform for our pupils' voices to be heard on ideas and issues regarding their school. Representatives are able to engage with decision making which impacts them, fostering a school-wide and forward-thinking approach. Pupil Council representatives work in partnership with our Senior Management Team, Resource Manager, Parent Council, Campus Police Officer, Community Councils and pupils to make positive changes around the school. Pupil Council has been involved in school-wide consultations, leading the 'Fighting Period Poverty' campaign, participating in the Choices for Life competition, fundraising, contributing to various changes with our school's values at the heart of what representatives become involved in.

  • Leadership opportunities for staff and pupils
  • Ownership for own learning and progress
  • Development of skills for learning, work and life
  • Community involvement/citizenship
  • Building constructive relationships
Pupil Council

Mission Statement

Find out about our aims and goals as a Pupil Council in the strategic direction of Braes High School

Pupil Council

Junior

All the latest news from the Junior Pupil Council

Pupil Council

Senior

All the latest news from the Senior Pupil Council

Pupil Council is an important aspect of our school to provide pupils with the platform to voice their ideas and making decisions about improvements to our ethos so we are keen to continue this to benefit our school. We have a growing list of representatives who have had amazing achievements as a Pupil Council so far!

This year, Pupil Council will have:

  • Monthly Junior and Senior Meetings (Usually Thursday period 3)
  • a Pupil Council Representative per form class (huge thanks to Guidance for your help on recruitment!)
  • Agenda & Minutes on the school website
  • Twitter account: @PupilCouncilBHS
  • E-mail address: braespupilcouncil@outlook.com
  • Pupil Council Teams page

Article 12: The right to an opinion
Article 15: The right to join clubs and groups