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Student Council

Helping to shape the school itself

Within the framework of pupil participation, pupils are given the opportunity to help shape the life and teaching of their school. The pupils are supported by the headmaster, the teachers and the parents.

From grade 5 onwards, the pupils of each grade elect a class representative and his/her deputy from among their number immediately after the beginning of the school year. The class representatives represent the interests of the pupils in their class in all matters concerning the school and lessons. (Excerpt from: Saxon School Law)

The most important tasks of the class representatives

  • Represent the interests of the pupils
  • mediate in problems with teachers
  • Represent the classes to the outside world

The rights of the student council

  • Right to pupil representation
  • Right to attend pupil council meetings
  • Right to information
  • Mediation right
  • Right to be heard
  • Right of proposal
  • Right of appeal
  • Right to one "class representative hour" per month
  • Right to a student assembly

The tasks of the student council

  • Participation in the Pupil Council
  • Participation in the school conference
  • Safeguarding the school interests of the pupils
  • Duty to inform
  • Assistance in resolving conflicts/ duty to mediate
  • Election of the liaison teacher

Student representative 2023/24

Vivien Haupt, 9IGR

Jetti Roth, 7IOR

Lennart Mahn, 10IOR

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