Pupil Voice is a group of children who have been chosen by their classes to represent the children and allow their voices to be heard. In weekly meetings, the children share the ideas they have about all areas of the school including their learning, the school environment and some key events.
Last year, the children's feedback prompted some changes and ideas including the way football is organised at lunch times and enterprise week.
Today (7.3.2019), the new pupil voice representatives gave children from across the school the opportunity to give their opinions about the wider curriculum at Wooden Hill. They organised the event and created the resources they required at their first meeting yesterday.
During lunchtime, they worked hard to encourage children to give their opinions about lesson activities, trips and what they are learning. They supported younger children by reading the questions and scribing answers for them as well as showing their leadership skills in managing the children eager to get their voices heard!
At the end of lunchtime, they used teamwork to record all of the answers given so that the opinions can be passed on to Mrs Critchlow, who have them the task.