London Brookes College truly believes in inclusivity. We are strong advocates when it comes to giving our students a voice. We have put structures in place which allow our students to have a real say in issues that affect them and to know that their opinions count.
What is a school council?
A school council is a formal group of pupils within a school who are elected by their peers to represent them and their views.
London Brookes College Student Council
London Brookes student council is made up of representatives from each year. Our aims are to promote the interests of the students among the staff members, and to organise charitable events which promote social activity among the students whilst raising money for good causes such as the Syrian Refugees and Breast Cancer Awareness.
The student council meets fortnightly to discuss upcoming events and to allow students at LBC to voice their opinions regarding any concerns they may have about the college. Students can talk to the council directly, find us through any of the teachers or email the college. The student council works closely with the teachers to ensure all concerns are addressed.
What has the Student Council been up to?
London Brookes Student Council with their highly successful blend of strategic thinking and pragmatic skills, developed plans for Autumn action. The councils primary focus for Autumn was; Poppy Day and liaising with a variety of Middlesex University projects. These took centre stage but they were also very engaged in planning the College Christmas Prize giving celebrations. The student council was instrumental in organising entertainment, decorations and refreshments. The student council continues to organise more charity events and be the student voice of the College.