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Pupil Voice

On Friday 10th of July 2015 Pupil Voice Leaders went to London. They visited Trafalgar Square, went to see the Queen, had lunch and an ice cream in St James Park and finished their day be having a tour of the Houses of Parliament. The children had a fantastic day and were great ambassadors for the school. Look out for the newsletter to find out all about their day.
Pupil Voice Leaders have been working hard and have developed our new behaviour system. Hve a look at their Power Point to see what they have developed.

Pupil Voice Power Point

Why do we have Pupil Voice?

Pupil Voice is an opportunity for every child in our school to have a voice.

The sessions are run fortnightly by elected Pupil Voice Leaders. Topics, school priorites and ideas are shared and discussed. The school is divided into eight groups, there are four houses and each house is divided into two groups, e.g. Robins 1 and Robins 2. There are twenty elected Pupil Voice Leaders from year 2 to year 6. The Leaders are divided between the groups and lead their group in discussion.

All children have the opportunity to discuss their ideas of how to make St Martin’s an even better place to learn. The leaders then share the ideas with adults within the school community and where possible move them forward and make them a reality.