STUDENT COUNCIL



Mercy College School Council is the ‘VOICE’ of the student body. It comprises a group of students who meet regularly to discuss issues brought to them by students and staff. The overall aim is to make improvements that will impact positively on the student experience at Mercy College. The School Council involves students from all year groups.

The School Council allows us to:
• Express our views;
• Express the views of other students in our Year group;
• Put forward ideas for potential changes to our school.

BENEFITS to Students
• Mercy College School Council helps students develop in many ways as we are:

• Learning about DEMOCRACY;

• Gaining confidence to speak out in front of others

• Gaining friends in different Year groups

• Feeling that our views are important

• Feeling a part of our school community

• Learning to be responsible citizens of our school community and wider community (beyond the school)


Members of the Junior Student Council:

 
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Liam | Year 8
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Manisha | Year 9
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Rhiannon | Year 8
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Alex | Year 9
 

 
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Fionnula | Year 10
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Alicia | Year 10 | Deputy
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Aimee | Year 10
 

Members of the Senior Student Council:

 
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Katie | Year 14
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Rachel | Year 14
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Natalia | Year 14
 

 
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Leah | Year 12
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Eimear | Year 11
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Rachel | Year 12
 

HOW can I have MY SAY?
Contact a member of the School Council - we would love to hear from you!
Meetings are held in the careers room at Break-time on Tuesdays!