Pupil Leadership Roles
The school has an active school council that provides an opportunity for pupils to become partners in their own education and to make a positive contribution to the school environment and ethos. The school council enables them to learn valuable social and life skills and what it means to be an active citizen in both their school and local community. It allows pupils to have a “voice”, to share their opinions and ideas with others, to develop effective communication skills and develop their own self-worth. Pupils are able to develop responsibility and become actively involved in the decision making process of the school. The School Council currently meets monthly, with breakfast meetings starting at 7.45am.
Ashbourne - Rebecca R, Cromford - Boaz G, Riber - Jack W, Tissington - Charlotte G, Chatsworth - Rosie, Duffield - Jessica B, Foremark - Alivia, Glossop - Flossie M, Bakewell - Ben, Castleton - Sharikha, Dovedale - Isaac A, Hartington - Kaitlin H, Edale - Samuel M and Lena, Hope - Tilly and Lexie, Newtown - Abhinav and Sohpie M, Ticknall - Sohpie C and Kody S
School Sports Council
Bakewell - Esme and Joseph Castleton - Isabel, Dovedale - Jethro, Hartington - Isabel and Luke, Edale - Olivia M, Hope - Callum and Connah B, Newtown - Ama A, Ticknall - Kai
Mini Sports Leaders
Castleton - Chizzy and Maisy B, Dovedale - Isaac A and Megan, Hartington - Harry T, Isabel and Gracie, Edale - Jessica, Hope - Sophie L, Newtown - Shyla
Cromford - Isla P, Riber - Leo, Chatsworth - Archie, Duffield - Adam R and Jacob, Foremark - Alfie R, Glossop - Flossie M and Shaniya, Castleton - Jospeh M and Miya B, Dovedale - Rosie, Isla B, Ophelia and Tobi, Hartington - Jessica G, Hope - Alfie