The student council at Ringsend College works in partnership with the Board of Management, school staff,parents and the students for the benefit of the whole school community.
What are the aims of the Student Council?
- 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 students.
- 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.
(Student Council- A Voice for Students. Department of Education and Skills 2002)
The student council offers an opportunity for students to make valuable contributions to school life and to have their voices heard. In turn students develop personal skills such as communication, planning, negotiation and organisation.
The student council is made up of 2 student representatives from each year group, who are elected to the position by their classmates. Meetings are held regularly throughout the school year where agendas are discussed.
Lucas Doyle (Deputy chairperson)
Alannah Ferrari (PRO)
Reece Hopkins (Treasurer)
Lee Geoghegan (Secretary)
Sophie Ennis (Wellbeing officer)
Richard Purdy (PRO)
Sophie Young (Chairperson)
Darral Poole (PRO and Schools of Distinction)
Nikita Martin O’Neill (PRO and Schools of Distinction)
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