Pupil Views

We aim to make our school as engaging as possible for all our pupils, and to nurture a culture where all children feel listened to, valued, respected and empowered. There are a number of ways we ascertain the views of our pupils, including feedback, questionnaires and through a range of pupil groups. Some of our groups include a School Council, School Buddies and Pupil Curriculum Leads who are responsible for representing the opinions and views of children on a variety of things that affect our school community.

We believe that giving pupils a voice:

• Encourages pupils to become active participants in a democratic society

• Contributes to achievement and attainment

Our most recent pupil survey showed that children are happy within our school. These are some of the responses from our Autumn 19 questionnaire: