What is a Student Council?
A Student Council is a representative structure through which students in the school can become involved in the affairs of the school, working in partnership with school management and staff and parents for the benefit of the school and its students.
The role of the Student Council
The main role of a Student Council as set out in the Education Act is “to promote the interests of the school and the involvement of students in the affairs of the school, in co-operation with the board, parents and teachers”.
A Student Council will set its own objectives, which will vary from school to school. Some general objectives include:
To enhance communication between students, management, staff and parents
To promote an environment conducive to educational and personal development
To promote friendship and respect among pupils
To support the management and staff in the development of the school
To represent the views of the students on matters of general concern to them
Minutes of Meetings
Chairperson - Fiachra McInerney
Deputy Chairperson - Nathan Browne
Secretary - Ben O Neill
Public Relations Officer - Jakub Markievicz
1st Year Reps - Jack Keane, Aryan Dhiman, Ben Mulvihill, Lee Freeman, Emma Keane, Rian Slaone, Cean Mondero and Richard Liddy
2nd Year Reps - Mark Sheedy, Mark O'Brien, Trevor Keogh O'Donnell, Aoibheann Long, Alfie Pike, Fionn Hayes, Cian Hickey Carr, Emmet Grant, Zygge Wall and Kachi Njoku
3rd Year Reps - Kasper Kurek, Ryan Noonan, Conor Crowe, Jessie Carrig, Lucy Quinlivan, Sophie Aston, Barry Justice, Conor Mulqueen and Jahred Jule
LC1/LCA1/TY Reps - Rafew Ahmed, Arthur Semenov, Sean Cabida, Preetam Janua, Sophie Mahony, Abby King, Jakub Kluk, Eoin Casey, Colin Wixted, Dylan Cusack, Mark O Shea, Milan Dragas, Oisin Breen, Robert Hanton, Tom Butler and Cian Fawl
LC2 Reps - Fiachra McInerney, Ben O Neill, Nathan Browne, Lars Slott, Viktorija Belasik, Jakub Markiewicz, Aaron Raferty, Moya Kelly, Jamie Carrig, Sean Potter, Liam Murphy and Adam Sexton