Positions in the Pupils' Committee

Changes Since Last Year

President

The President is the executive of the Pupils' Committee. They represent not only the views of the Pupils' Committee, but of the student populace as a whole. They must ensure that all Pupils' Committee members are treated fairly and with respect. Although they are individually superior to every member, they are subordinate to the Committee as a whole.

Becoming President is not easy, but neither is being President. Candidates must be serious and know that they can take on the responsibility. Prior experience in the Pupils' Committee is essential.

You must be at least 16 years old (on the day of the election) to apply for the Presidency

Vice-President

The Vice-President assists the President in their duties, and replaces them in case of absence.

To ensure continuity, if the President is from S7, the Vice-President must be from S6 or below.

You must be at least 16 years old (on the day of the election) to apply for the Presidency

Treasurers (2 people)

The Treasurers are in charge of the PC's finances. They are tasked with ensuring that the PC's financial situation does not deteriorate. All financial transactions have to be approved by the President, on the advice of the Treasurers.

CoSup Representatives (2 people)

CoSup stands for "Conseil Supérieur des Elèves". It is the federal students' union of the European Schools, representing the students of all the schools on the highest level, on the Joint Teaching Committee and Board of Governors meetings. Each school has two CoSup representatives.

You must be at least 16 years old (on the day of the first CoSup meeting - probably the first weekend of October) to apply for CoSup

Secretaries (2 people)

The Secretary's role is to manage all of the PC's documents and emails. They take minutes at the PC's meetings, answer to emails, and manage the PC's archives, as well as the flow of documents. They also post our meeting notes on our website. They decide amongst themselves how to divide the workload.

Conseil Representatives (3 people)

The Conseil Representatives attend the meetings of the Conseil d'Education, Conseil Consultatif, Canteen Committee, and Library Committee. They decide amongst themselves how to divide the workload. Their role is to represent and argue the viewpoints of the students.

Poster Designers (2 people)

The Poster Designers design posters to advertise the PC's events and activities.

Public Relations

The PR member's job is to manage communications with the students and the outside world. They are in charge of the PC's social media accounts.

IT Member

The IT member manages the PC's website, servers, and anything that needs to be done online.

Leisure Committee (5 people, including Head of Leisure)

The Leisure Committee organises all the parties and other social events for the students.