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TommyAtkins:
This is quite pitiful, we have less than a classroom of members. How can people bring up issues on the forums if they have no clue such a thing exists. We require some form of message, I suggest a bulletin notice and posters around the school. Can we look into having this on the agenda for the next meeting, towards the end with the other small issues. This problem could easily be addressed its just a matter of getting a man handle on it before nothing happens.

P.S Yeah, i'm finally back on forums, sorry for the month long delay. Just for pointers i'm going to be checking every weekend.

Look forward to seeing you all at the next meeting.

A Faulds:
I think the problem is apathy. People, by my reckoning, are well aware this exists, since it has been repeatedly mentioned.

Mrs Kenneway:
Why don't you ask the technicians to put a shortcut to it on the home screen of the network?

You could also ask Guidance to mention it to PSE classes to ensure all pupils are aware.

A Faulds:

--- Quote from: Mrs Kenneway on November 22, 2012, 14:08:05 ---Why don't you ask the technicians to put a shortcut to it on the home screen of the network?

You could also ask Guidance to mention it to PSE classes to ensure all pupils are aware.

--- End quote ---
The former's an interesting idea, we should look into it.

The latter was raised at today's meeting.

Jemma Craig:
When this website was first started up we wanted all Pupil Council members to sign up first and then we were going to appeal to pupils to use it after we knew it was up and running. However, not all the pupil council members have signed up. We are going ahead and getting a poster for our noticeboard and going to assembly to show pupils how it works. :)

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