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Pupil Voice 2021/2022

Pupil Voice Committee Term 3

 

Our children are the heart of our school and we think it is important to listen to their views on everything we do.

During this term we will be meeting with the children to discuss some key questions about playtimes and lunchtimes.  

Key Questions:

 

  • What do you enjoy doing in your lunchtime and playtime?
  • How could we make lunchtime and playtimes even better?
  • What do you think about choice of dinners at lunchtime? What would you like to see more of and less of in our dinner choices?
  • What games do you enjoy playing with the playleaders? Can you think of any more games we can play?
  • What do you do if you feel lonely or upset or if you are hurt?
  • How do you think we can be a healthy school?

 

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Pupil Voice Committee Term 1

Our children are the heart of our school and we think it is important to listen to their views on everything we do.

 

During this term we will be meeting with the children to discuss the key questions in a Pupil Survey.  Our meetings will take place week beginning 11th October 2021, children from Year 1 to 6 will take part. 

 

Key questions:

 

  • I enjoy school

  • My teachers help me to do my best

  • My teachers give me work that challenges me

  • Teachers listen to what I have to say in lessons

  • There is an adult at school I can talk to if something is worrying me

  • The behaviour of other pupils in my lessons is good

  • The behaviour of other pupils around school is good

  • Is bullying a problem at your school?

  • I feel safe when I am at school

  • My school encourages me to look after my physical health 

  • My school encourages me to look after my emotional and mental health

  • I take part in school activities outside of lessons, like afterschool clubs

  • My school encourages me to respect people from other backgrounds and to treat everyone equally

 

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