The Fort Hill Integrated College Student Voice is an elected body of students from Years 8-14 made up of one male and one female student per year group. Elected representatives serve a term of 2 years and will meet once a month as a body after school to discuss fundraising opportunities/events and issues they feel need to be addressed around school. The body is supported by senior staff but run by an elected Chairman who must be a sixth form student.
Recent major fundraising achievements include donations of £1500 to NI Children's Hospice and £1000 to Autism NI in last two years. This is on top of our annual Comic Relief fundraising efforts including a spinathon, staff v pupil Volleyball, penalty shoot-out and bun sale.
School based issues our Student Voice have been working on recently include reducing litter on campus, negotiating with the Principal for a sixth form centre and the introduction of a school hoodie that can be worn ‘in school’.