Through the work of the school clubs and committees, pupils develop a sense of responsibility for others and their environment.
They provide an opportunity for pupils to develop life skills such as:

  • Problem solving
  • Creative thinking
  • Communication
  • Presentation

 

The Pupil Voice is a vehicle through which the views of pupils are sought and activities arranged. These have included charity events (Red Nose Day) and fun events (Crazy Bone Day). Concerns they have brought to the attention of the staff such as play ground equipment are taken seriously and when needed, acted upon.

The Pupil Voice is made up of representatives from each class, elected by their peers. The members discuss school issues and concerns and decide on charitable causes to support each year. In this way, all pupils are able to make their views heard and feel that they have some input into decisions made in school.