The term 'Pupil Voice' describes how children give their input to what happens within the school and the classroom. Our desire is for children to know that their expertise, opinions and ideas are valued in all aspects of school life.
Pupil Voice permeates all levels of our work together, from children participating in small group classroom conversations to students establishing procedures, events and contributing to the overarching ethos of the school through our various pupil councils and the House system.
Our school council is organised into 9 teams who meet regularly with their link teacher and are also supported by our Year 6 House Captains, School Ambassadors and Head Pupils.
|Miss Cronin & Miss Howard