School council is an integral part of school life. The elected council are the voice of the children in school. They play a similar role to politicians and take the people’s views to a debate. The children have to apply for school council and convince their peers that they can do the job. Applications are then put to general vote. When appointed, those appointed take their role very seriously to ensure that the children in school are given a voice. Many changes have been brought about over the past couple of years due to the hard work of the council.