We endeavour wherever appropriate to ensure our pupils have a voice. There are a number of ways in which pupils are able to tell us what they think about their experiences in school.
Our school council meets regularly where pupils are encouraged to express the opinions of their class peers.
All classes use circle time activities to discuss and develop pupils’ social, moral, spiritual and cultural development.These sessions will provide an opportunity for children to express their views (supported by an adult where necessary).
Pupil voice is an integral part of our One Page Profile system for target setting and monitoring SEN pupils.
Pupils that have a One Page Profile in our school meet with their class teacher to discuss support and agree collaboratively to targets set.
A draft version of a child’s One Page Profile is sent home with the child to discuss with parents/carers.
Students with a Education, Health and Care Plan in place have an opportunity to tell us what they think as part of the annual review process.