Every September, children from Years 1-6 vote for their Pupil Voice representatives. One child from each class is democratically elected
to represent the views of their class within the school.
The group is coordinated by Ms Williams in Infants and Mrs Proctor-Lane in Juniors. They arrange meetings between the Pupil Voice representatives and staff,
governors and external visitors. The children provide valuable feedback about teaching and learning and other issues that affect the school.
For example during the recent lockdown they fed back to the school governors on their home learning experiences.
In addition Pupil Voice get involved in charity work. In recent years they have helped raise awareness and contributions for The Upper Room
(a charity supporting local homeless people), BBC's Children in Need, the NSPCC Defe(a)et Bullying Campaign and Red Nose Day.
They have also been involved in initatives to raise the profile of healthy lunchboxes, the Be Bright Be Seen road safety campaign and safe playground games.