Pembroke Dock Community School takes great pride in its dynamic School Council, made up of pupils from every year group in school. Annual secret ballot elections for School Council members are held each September, with one member from each class, from Year 1 to Year 6, being elected. Meetings are held every half term to discuss areas of concern and to voice pupil opinion. During Class Council, School Council members record issues for debate or discussion in their Class Council book. The elected Chairperson, Vice Chairperson and Secretary draw up an agenda from this for the School Council meetings. School Council members write an Action Plan at the beginning of each academic year in order to identify their way forward for the forthcoming year and, as necessary, hold meetings with the School Catering Manager, the Site Manager, Headteacher, School Link Governor and teaching staff to discuss the issues that have been raised. The School Council provides an exciting opportunity to pupils across the school to practise skills such as working in a group, representing others and making important changes in the school community.