Expectations and aspirations attached to the phrase 'pupil voice' range from affecting the day-to-day life in the classroom, to participation in democratic processes aimed at influencing the whole school community. The central idea is that pupils should be listened to and what they say should affect decision-making so they can participate in decisions related to their own learning.
We aim to involve pupils in a genuine way which will positively impact on whole school policies and our learning environments.
Links to UNCRC:
Our position as a Rights Respecting School means we ensure pupils can access the following rights;
- Article 12 - the right to have their say in matters affecting them and to have their views taken seriously
- Article 13 - the right to seek and receive information
- Article 15 - the right to join groups
- Article 29 - the right to an education which develops their talents to the full
This section of our website sets out the various ways we utilise Pupil Voice and involve pupils fully in the life of the school. Please click on the links to view our Pupil Voice activities.