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Greenshaw High School

The School Council

The School Council is made up of representatives of the student community at Greenshaw from Years 7 to Year 13.  

The school council meets regularly and allows students to have a say in issues that affect them. It provides a platform for our students to voice their opinions and have their views taken into account.

The school councils annually support charities through organised events and they support the Jack Petchey Award Scheme in the school. The School Council has responsibility for nominating the winning students and spending funds provided by the Jack Petchey Foundation in the interests of students. 

If students have any issues they wish to raise about the school, they should contact their tutor representative.

A real strength of the school is the way it involves students in decision making and policies through ample opportunities, such as the school council.”  – Ofsted