The students at Trafalgar School have a real voice in the developments and direction of our school. Within the recently formed student council, the students now have an ever increasing say in matters such as curriculum, our mission to become a UNICEF Rights Respecting School, behaviour for learning and charity support. They also play a key role in the recruitment of all new staff.
As we continue to rapidly improve, more opportunities will become available for our students in the younger year groups to take on leadership roles.
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Welcome from Dylan Godwin, Head Boy
Over the past school year, there have been many exciting improvements happening to the school which I feel very privileged to be a part of. It is clear to see that these changes are pushing the school closer and closer to being seen as one of the best schools in Portsmouth.
Not only is the School being improved physically, redecoration and renovation, it is also being improved within the classroom, more learning is happening than ever before and staff and students seem happier by the term. This is something that is going to continue throughout the school years and hopefully make all students, like myself, want to do the best for themselves as well as for the school.
As Head Boy, I have been appointed as Chairperson of the School Council and as a group of students we have come up with the idea that we would like an outside area for eating and socialising, particularly during the summer months. In order to fund this project, we have all put our heads together and have come up with a huge range of fundraisers and activities for all year groups to get involved with. We hope that we can rely on your support to help to raise our money and leave behind us an area for students to enjoy for many years to come.