At Crampton we are very proud to have pupil representatives that take part in school council meetings. The School Council is in place to give pupil's a voice so that the children of Crampton are able to make decisions about the school that affect's them. This gives children an opportunity to raise issues, share ideas and take part in discussions that involve their peers and reach a decision to help make a change.
Issues that are raised during class meetings will be discussed further at School council meetings, ensuring that all concerns are heard.
The children at Crampton were given the opportunity to apply for a position and each voted for who they would like to represent them.
The School Council is elected and currently consists of representatives from Years 1 to 6.
The school council started by considering a number of aspects of school life that they were interested in and after much discussion selected their top three.