Student Voice

What is student voice?

  • Opportunity for you to have your say on your school
  • Work with the staff, parents and governors to improve your school
  • You bring up the concerns that are important to you and your peers
  • This is your school and your voice needs to be heard
Students stood around a table looking into cardboard boxes full of items
A group of students sat around a large table, smiling for a photo

how it works

  • You listen to ideas from your peers
  • You come up with your own ideas 
  • You propose these to your year group
  • You introduce these to SLT
  • We, together as a team, work together to get the best for our school

your responsibilities

  • To feedback to teachers about what you like to see in lessons by “we like it when…” 
  • Report issues and attempt to get the right people to solve them
  • Rewards
  • Charity work
  • Interview potential new staff, so that we get the best staff possible
  • Present ideas to SLT, staff and most importantly your peers in assemblies

focus areas

Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI)

Teaching and Learning

Environment and Facilities

Student Experiences

the hierarchy

A diagram showing the hierarchy of student voice

skills you will develop

  • Improves your communication
  • Improves your learning, knowledge and understanding
  • Team and social skills
  • Community
  • Working on set projects
  • Debating, discussion and compromise

meet the team

Student portrait - Oliver

Oliver

Student portrait - Chloe

Chloe

Student portrait - Zoheer

Zoheer

Student portrait - Leanne

Leanne

Student portrait - Kiera-May

Kiera-May

Student portrait - Christie

Christie

Student portrait - Samuel

Samuel

Student portrait - Emily

Emily

Student portrait - Alexander

Alexander

Student portrait - Jasper

Jasper

Student portrait - Emilijah

Emilijah

Libby

Student portrait - Ellanor

Ellanor

Student portrait - Freddie

Freddie

Student portrait - Ben

Ben

Student portrait - Maya

Maya

Student portrait - Sam

Sam