The class representatives


Please find below a presentation of the APEEE and the class representatives – don’t forget to click on the speaker:

What is a Class Representative ? 


A class representative is the vital link between the parents and the Parents’ Association (APEEE). Four class representatives should be elected per class in each section.

Important: you can only become a class representative for one class even if you have children in other classes

Each class representative can choose to endorse one of the following functions:

  • Information Officer to forward information from the Parents’ Association to the parents of the class you represent
  • Event Correspondent to support the preparation of school events such as the yearly festival Somerfesto
  • Treasurer to administer the class fund (to cover common costs during the year) and gather ideas for submitting proposals to the Community Fund
  • Back-up Delegate to act as a back-up for the other class representatives

The attendance of all four class representatives is required at the APEEE’s General Assembly. Each vote is very essential to the effective functioning of the APEEE and will aim to foster your children’s life at school.

Important: Only class representatives who are up-to-date with the APEEE’s contribution can vote. 

If you are unable to attend, please give your proxy vote to another class representative. Each class representative can hold up to three proxy votes. Please note that if you don’t use your vote, it will be wasted. 

Class representatives also appoint Section representatives for each language section to assist them.

We thank you in advance for your participation in the school life!