Every member of our school community has a voice and we regularly seek the opinions of our stakeholders on a whole range of decisions. At the start of every school year, each class are given the opportunity to share their views on the rules that should be in place for that specifically relate to their classroom. Our democratically elected School Council represent the views of the children within the school and they regularly consult the class to gain their perspective on any proposed changes or events that will affect them. We have a suggestions box where children are encouraged to share their views or ideas about how we can further develop the school. In addition, children are often given the chance to complete surveys and questionnaires on issues such as E-Safety, Playground Games and their perception of how well they are doing at school.
The Governors form an elected body that represent the staff, parents, local community and local education authority to lead the school along with the Headteacher and staff from the school. They make informed decisions that are based on what is best for the children at the school.