Pupil Voice

Welcome to our Pupil Voice page.

Pupil voice is the active participation of our children in decisions that affect their lives, including in the education system. It involves giving students opportunities to share their ideas, opinions, and concerns about their learning experiences and the school environment, and having those views taken into account by teachers and school leaders when making decisions. This involves a variety of activities, such as class or school council meetings, surveys, and focus groups, in which students can express their views and have them heard. Pupil is an important way for students to feel engaged and invested in their education, and can also help to foster a sense of ownership and responsibility for the school community.

Congratulations to our new Pupil Voice representatives.

Year 2:

2C - Maisie Tuffee

2P - Piper Thomas

Year 3:

3G - Etta Zumeris

3R - Violet Horne

Year 4:

4CL - Ava Ogilvie

4D - Freddie Gould

Year 5:

5AR - Olivia Heagren

5W - Theo Pretlove

Year 6:

6J - Lyla Hudson

6S - Zachary Ogiemwonyi