Involving every pupil's voice
 

Join Smart School Councils

join the 360 schools involving every voice as part of the smart school council programme

 

Member registration form

Please fill out your school details and we’ll send you an order confirmation

Lead Teacher Name *
Lead Teacher Name

What’s next?

We’ll be in touch to with your login details and get you started on the programme.

How do I pay?

Fill in our membership form and we’ll send your school an invoice via email. This can be paid by cheque, BACS, Card or PayPal.

What are the benefits?

  • Easily involve 100% of your pupils.

  • Access to our Smart School Council Manual with clear steps to set up the programme in your school

  • Track and evidence participation for Ofsted’s British Values

  • Create a truly inclusive school council that involves every voice

  • A clear structure to make your school council easier to run

What do I actually get?

  • Smart School Council Manual - our step by step plan with all the resources you need

  • Class Meeting Tool - to run short pupil-led meetings and easily engage every pupil.

  • Access to involvement data to demonstrate to Ofsted how pupils are involved in SMSC and British Values

  • Online and telephone support from our school council experts

  • Closed Facebook Group for members to share progress and challenges

  • Member newsletter - each month we’ll send you a helpful newsletter sharing success stories from other Smart School Councils

  • Discounted training - as a member you’ll receive discounted CPD or Communication Team training

  • Free Member Network events - to share progress and get tips

Our guarantee

If you are unsatisfied with the quality of the programme, we’ll give you a full refund for the Smart School Council programme.

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Ofsted Report - Burnage Academy for Boys 2018. Rated Outstanding

“Leaders ensure that pupils have a strong voice in the running of their school. For example, all pupils are expected to contribute to the work of the school council.

Small groups undertake activities in response to priorities recommended and voted on by pupils. Similarly, some of the clubs offered by the school are run by pupils as a service to others.”