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School Council minutes - 27th January 2023

Planning for Woodlands 50th Birthday Celebration.


Following our Student Council meeting, the council members would like each department to:  


1. Come up with suitable MUSIC from the 1970s - the decade our school was founded.

These will be sent to the DJ.


2. Each class is encouraged to cook and/or bake something delicious which you can have on that day too. The more cookies, the merrier.


3. Remember, it is a 'DRESS TO IMPRESS' theme  in 1970's outfits. All staff and students are encouraged to dress up on that day.

Woodlands School Council - Autumn 2022


Students had the opportunity to nominate themselves to stad as candidates for the school council 2022 - 2023.

Students made posters or videos and outlined what they were passionate about and then Polling Day was held on Monday 10th October.


The following students were elected to the school council this year:

Yasmine - KS3 

Daniel - KS3 

Connor - KS4 

Alisha - KS4 

Aamna - FE 

Rand - FE


Usman - Pathways

Isa - PMLD 

Lucy - PMLD 

Chloe - KS4


School Council Minutes - June 2022

Student Council Minutes - November 2021

Student Council Minutes - October 2021

Woodlands School Council - Summer 2021


During the summer term 2021, we held Student Council elections.  Some of the students created posters and wrote speeches and the following bunch of students were elected or chosen to be the School Council representatives for the coming year. 


KS3 - Rose and Connor

KS4 - Hayden and Natasha

FE - Evie and Dylan

LOFT and BASE - Alex

Pathways - Usman and Hamdaan

PMLD -  Ahmed and Lucy

School Council Priorities 2021 - 2022

The School Council has two main priorities over the next year:

1.  To be an Eco-Committee and work towards the Eco Schools Green Flag Award

2. To develop Student Wellbeing


The Student Council will also be driving forward initiatives of their own choosing, so who knows where this will lead us!


Eco-Committee update July 2021

The students have picked up on the work started by Kerry Rees and the previous School Council, prior to the Covid pandemic. 


During the summer term 2021 the new school council succeeded in gaining the Bronze Award.


Thank you to Selina and the students for their hard work so far.