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Student Council


Student Council

“Here at Coleridge, students’ voices are important in shaping our school. We have a school council system where student representatives from each House, year and tutor group are able to meet to discuss our views and ideas. We are lucky to be part of a school community in which all students have the opportunity to have a say in our experience, we are proud that students’ opinions are a valuable part of Coleridge culture.”

Snaedis and Sasha – Head Students 

House Captains

All students in Year 11 have the opportunity to show their leadership capabilities by representing their House as a Captain. The main role of the House Captain involves: 

  • empowering students to invest and value their education and educational experiences
  • enabling creativity to flourish as the school community benefits from the wealth of experiences, ideas, skills and sense of fun that students bring.
  • providing opportunities for students to develop leadership skills through a variety of inspiring, challenging and valued projects which impact positively on learning, teaching and well-being for both students and staff at Coleridge Community College.
  • celebrating the achievements of all students

Student Voice

Our Student Council is made up of representatives from each tutor group. They meet each half term and are led by our Student Leadership Team. At Coleridge we believe that our students are responsible, reflective and capable, and we allow them to lead these discussions as this is an invaluable life skill. Therefore the Student Leadership Team are responsible for running all Student Council meetings and collating points of discussion from the student body. They work closely with staff at Coleridge to collaborate as a partnership in shaping their school experience. 

The impact that the student council have made on the Coleridge experience for all students is evident when looking at the ‘you said, we did’ outcomes. Last term's responses are detailed below followed by previous terms' actions in the pdfs underneath: