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Pupil Voice

Pupil Voice is an important part of our school. It is used to help the school make decisions that have an impact on us, the children.


Pupil Voice 2018 - 2019

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Here are this year's Pupil Voice members:
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World Diabetes Day  2018


To mark World Diabetes Day on November 14th 2018 Pupil Voice decided to invite a few superheroes into school!


Pupil Voice wanted to raise awareness of child diabetes as well as to raise some funds to support research into this. Everyone was invited to come to school dressed up as a 'Superhero' and to donate one pound. There was also an opportunity to get a raffle ticket for each extra pound donated. Tickets were then entered into a draw to win either a tub of Cadbury's Chocolate Heroes or a box of biscuits.

When all the money was counted up Pupil Voice had raised an amazing £497.10!!!


Well done Pupil Voice!

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What is our role?

We meet up at least twice a term. As well as sharing our class’s thoughts and ideas, we focus on tasks that Mr Walters  sets us. When every Pupil Voice meeting is over, we have a talk with our class; this is so they hear about what we have been discussing and so that they can give us their feedback.

How Pupil Voice members are chosen

Following the British value of democracy, instead of the teachers choosing the members of Pupil Voice, there is an election. We set up the hall as a polling station where there is a ballot box and a slip. On this, you write the name of the person you want to represent you. Two people (a boy and a girl) are selected by children in their class.