School Committees

At Brodetsky Primary School, we value and prioritise pupil involvement and empowerment through various school committees. These committees provide pupils with the opportunity to have a voice in decision-making processes and contribute to our overall school community. Here’s an overview of the key committees at Brodetsky Primary School:

  1. School Council:
    • The School Council is a representative body comprised of students elected by their peers.
    • Its primary purpose is to discuss and address issues relevant to pupils, making sure their opinions and concerns are heard.
    • Members of the School Council act as advocates for their fellow pupils, collaborating with teachers and governors to implement positive changes.
  2. Eco Committee:
    • The Eco Committee focuses on promoting environmental awareness and sustainability within the school.
    • Students in this committee may work on initiatives such as recycling programs, energy conservation, and organising educational campaigns to raise environmental consciousness among the school community.
    • Click here for the Eco Committee webpage
  3. Tzedakah Committee:
    • The Tzedakah Committee is dedicated to promoting charitable activities and acts of kindness within the school.
    • Pupils in this committee may organise fundraising events, charity drives, or volunteer opportunities, fostering a sense of social responsibility and empathy among the Pupil body.
  4. House Captains:
    • House Captains play a leadership role within the school’s house system.
    • They are responsible for organising and leading inter-house competitions, fostering a sense of camaraderie and friendly competition among pupils (and staff).
    • House Captains may also represent their respective houses in school events and contribute to the overall positive atmosphere within the school.
    • Click here for the House Captains webpage

These committees collectively create a platform for pupils to actively participate in shaping their school experience. By engaging in these committees, Pupils not only develop leadership skills but also learn the importance of teamwork, responsibility, and community involvement. The diverse range of committees ensures that students with different interests and passions can find a platform to contribute and make a positive impact within the school community.