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St. Paul's CBS Secondary School

North Brunswick St

Dublin 7

Student Council News

student_council_logoBrunner Student council

A student council is a representative structure for all students through which they can become involved in the affairs of the school, working in partnership with school management, staff and parent. It should always work for the benefit of the school and its students.

St. Paul’s CBS has had a student council (SC) for many years. The council is open for all students to join. All year groups would have one or two representatives. Council meetings are held normally every second Monday, at lunch time. Meetings are chaired by the president, who is democratically elected every year.

The primary role of the SC is that students have the opportunity to bring up any issues to their representatives, who will report it at student council meetings. The SC will then try to solve the problem or take appropriate actions.

Furthermore, the SC organizes school various activities such as non-uniform day, mentoring programmes, annual activities, and charity donations. Over the years, The Brunner Student Council has achieved a number of different things and brought about many changes in the interest of the students. The organization itself is a perfect opportunity for students to learn various different abilities, such organizational skill, communicational skill etc. Therefore, the Student Council is beneficial to its members as well as to the rest of the school.


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