A strong pupil voice has clear benefits for both schools and learners.
At Shorne, we pride ourselves on our students having a voice. We value their views on every aspect of school life where possible. We want to nurture a culture where all children feel listened to, valued, respected and empowered.
How we listen to children at Shorne School
Currently there is a range of opportunities for listening to our students on key issues in our school.
Pupil Council – The Pupil Council representatives meet regularly throughout each term. Each class has two representatives. They meet to discuss important and current issues within the school and devise questions to take back to their classes. In addition to Pupil Council representatives, there are many other roles that the children undertake such as Digital Leaders, Sports Ambassadors and House Captains to name a few. More information can be found on the Roles and Responsibilities page here.
Play leaders – Children from Years 5 and 6 have been specially trained to help with the younger children in Reception and Key Stage 1. They are to be found in the playground at lunchtimes.
Eco Club – see the Eco School page here