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Pupil Voice

In both our schools, we have pupil groups who work with their class and the staff to make our schools even better. Children have to stand for election if they would like to have a particular responsibility. This is a good way to learn about democracy in action - this supports our work on British values. 
School Council - Infant & Junior Schools
At the start of each academic year, each class holds a class election to determine the school council member who will represent their class at school council meetings.  
Children who put themselves forward for this role prepare a short speech which they present to their class. Each class then votes and a school council member is elected.  
Once elected, school council members attend regular meetings. After speaking with their classes, an agenda is agreed within these meetings for the half term or term.  School council members then discuss these ideas and in the past have written letters to the Head teacher or lunch time staff with their ideas.
Foundation Stage
Bluebells - Elijah
Blueberries - Florence 
Year One
Orange - Etta
Green - Tabby 
Year Two 
Purple - Mia
Yellow - William 
Year Three
Ade - Peter, Rosie
Rashford - Jacob, Ahana
Year Four
Tubman - Jacob, Jonah
Asher-Smith - Ellis, Henry, Ria
Year Five
Malala - Bethan, Josie
Ringgold - Harry G, Harry J
Year Six
Johnson - Maryam
Santana - Annabel, Paeyton, Caleb


Planet Protectors (Infant School) & Eco Warriors (Junior School)
We have representatives from each class that enjoy working to save the environment.  One of our main aims is to remind others within school to try to save energy. 
We check which classes have remembered
  • to turn out lights and screens at break times
  • to close the outside doors to keep the heat in (during cooler months) at playtimes
  • to only put recycling in the right bins 
  • to turn off taps in the classrooms so they don't drip
The winning class are announced each week.
We also set up recycling schemes, such as crisp packet recycling, which aren’t currently able to be recycled in the general recycling.  
To become an Eco Warrior or Planet Protector, children nominate themselves and present a manifesto to their class. The children then vote in a democratic way. Each class is then represented by their Eco Warrior or Planet Protector. 
Foundation Stage
Bluebells - Laurie 
Blueberries - Ella 
Year One
Orange - Theo 
Green - Lucas
Year Two 
Purple - Riley 
Yellow - Martha 
Year Three
Ade - Sebastian, Lottie
Rashford - Theodore, Vivaan
Year Four
Tubman - Noah, Evan
Asher-Smith - Niamh, Wilf
Year Five
Malala - Hattie, Belle
Ringgold - Lawrie, Lily
Year Six
Johnson - Luca
Santana - Orion, Toby, Edward
Value Leaders - Infant School
This year at the Infants we have chosen 12 children to become our first ever ‘Value Leaders’.  These leaders have the very special job of promoting our six new values in all aspects of school life, whether this be in assembly, the classroom, the playground or at lunchtime.   We can’t wait to see you shine! 
House Captains and Vice-Captains - Junior School
Each year, our four houses elect a boy and girl Captain and Vice-Captain to support the work of the house throughout the year. Children create a manifesto and then everyone from their house votes. Where we have a "tie" in votes, we have more than one position.
This year, we are proud to announce our team of school leaders. 
Isabelle P & Sam J
Mia F-D, Kaiya McC, Esme G & Oliver C
Heather C & Thomas M
Imogen D, Chloe M & Edward G
Rory C & Lizzie C
Jake G & Eva C
Beau L & Amber R
Jack O'K & Amelie R