Sherwood Park School

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Valuing the Individual, Celebrating Achievement, Learning for Life.

Pupil Voice

We have School Councils on both Campuses. Below are the nominated School Councillors

 

Sherwood Park Campus

Thilakshan, Jessica, Jessica, Vasyl, Tate, Daniel and Ella

 

HEAD BOY: THILAKSHAN (FEJH)

HEAD GIRL: JESSICA (FEJH)

We will be seeking the views of the pupils in the other classes at Sherwood Park Campus in their classes. This will enable them to make meaningful choices through the use symbols/photos/communication aids.

 

Sherwood Hill Campus

Sam, Tony, Reece and Walid

 

At School Council meetings each School Councillor has to bring their class School Council Folder and they wear a special School Councillor badge. Often after the meeting they take some questions back to the class and discuss them with their class mates (with the help of the staff) and then bring back their contributions to the next meeting.

 

School Councils meet at least once each half term. This enables them to have a voice in the running of the school and to express their opinions about issues that affect them.

 

Past discussions have included: How they show they enjoy their learning, Staying safe at school, Improving the Library, Clubs, How pupils feel at school, what they like and don’t like about school, how we can make it better and reviewing the Student Manifesto.

 

RRSA: Convention for the rights of the Child: Article 12

Every child has the right to say what they think in all matters affecting them, and to have their views taken seriously.

 

 Minutes - Our Playground

 Student Manifesto

 Learning and Enjoyment

 Feeling Safe