Listening to the children's opinions and views is very important to us and we do it in a variety of ways. Our open, friendly approach means that all children feel they can raise an issue and at other times in assemblies, for example, we may discuss a change or improvement to the school day or routine that the children may like to make. We also have the more formal child questionnaire that we administer every year and then act upon its findings.
The children elect two MPs every year to represent school at our cluster events; for example last year they met our local MP and took part in a 13 school debate about which charity our cluster of schools should support.
We believe that in order for the children to have ownership of some of our policies and rules, they have to be involved in their creation; please click below to see more.