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The following students have been elected to the school council for 2012:
David Gordon (year 10) is school council chair due to his leadership skills and work in the community, especially with Sutton Youth Parliament.
Leopold Rudolph (year 10) is school council vice-chairman due to his hard working personality and effort.
Jason Obiri-Yeboah (year 9) is school council Secretary due to his excellent organisation.
Download the latest from the WCGS School Council below:
The School Council works collaboratively, across all year groups, to consult with people both inside and outside of our school community.
The school council meets twice termly, with a chairperson elected from within those elected to the council from any year group within the school. There are a number of representatives from Year 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13 who sit on the school council and, alongside other responsibilities, are seen as the 'link' placing students at the centre of decision making at WCGS.
Alongside their exciting work helping to improve our experience of life and learning at WCGS, the school council formulated a vision for the school. The school vision, as formulated by the school council, is as follows:
- to enhance and develop eager and enthusiastic young learners through challenging and engaging teaching in a stimulating environment, where achievement in all its forms is celebrated and rewarded.
- to equip students with the knowledge and experience that will enable them to succeed and flourish in all areas of life as they mature into adults.
- to nurture students so that they may become life long learners with a thirst for knowledge and discovery that will remain long after their school years, in a diverse cosmopolitan community where natural flair and raw talent thrives.