The student council is an opportunity for students to have their voices heard on various school related issues. It is made up of one representative from each tutor group from each house. All sixty-four representatives meet once a week to discuss issues that effect their environment and education at Moseley school.
Policies are debated and influenced by the students. Each formal document of the school is discussed at length so students are aware and involved in every initiative that the school undertakes.
Students are encouraged to evaluate and speak critically about the issues that effect their education. They decide what charities to support, which behaviours should be treated more severely and what rewards they want. Students have a voice on every topic that concerns them; allowing the student voice to have power and significance.
The student council is an opportunity for students to develop new skills, greater confidence and a united sense of community. It is the driving force of change: from the students, for the students.