College Council

The College Council is made up of a elected students from each year group. They meet regularly and organise projects aimed at benefitting both the College and the wider community. The College Council is student-led and ensures that all students have a voice within the College.

For more information see Mr Brookes, the College Council Co-ordinator.

 

Green Tie Reps 2015

Projects for 2015-16

College Council Tastes new menu

Mock London Mayor Election


Activities during 2014-15 included raising money for Trinity Hospice, organising leaving gifts and speeches on behalf of their year groups for Mr Chivers' retirement and writing letters of condolence to the Pakistani Embassy in sympathy against the atrocity in Pakistan when 132 children were killed at a school in Peshawar. To see the letter received in response from the Pakistan High Commission click here.  Council members also organised Bevin's Got Talent and took part in the Naz Foundation's Diversity Day at the end of March.

 

Previous projects include:

Naz Foundation Diversity Day 2015

Bevin's Got Talent March 2015 click here for photos of the final

Visit to the National Portrait Gallery organised through the Naz Legacy Foundation to launch a campaign to make art galleries more accessible launched by Nick Clegg. To see photos from the visit click here and to read about the visit click here

Campaign to increase recycling within college (2013-14)

Campaigning for the refurbishment of the boys toilets (completed September 2012)

Peer mentoring and Student Leadership Training

Visit to City Hall in 2013

 

They also organise a number of fundraising activities and events including:

Collecting for the Wandsworth Food Bank 2013 (Trussell Trust)

Ernest Bevin Iron Man competition

 

The photos below show the College Council's activities in recent years. Click on each photo and it will take you to a link which explains more about the activity.

Bevin Got Talent 2015
 With Nick Clegg
 College Council in Trafalgar square  Food bank Group
 Recycling poster  City Hall Visit
   

 

 

 


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