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Pupil Voice

The children in our school are the most important people.  As such, they have lots of opportunities to share their thoughts on school issues – both formally and informally.

At Lapal we believe that all pupils should have the opportunity to share their pupil voice. We do this in a number of ways:

  • Pupils have the opportunity to take on leadership roles which include head pupil, house captains, librarians, play leaders and other class roles.

  • The school council plays a major part in pupils sharing their ideas, views, or concerns about school.

  • Pupils engage in circle time sessions in class in order to share their thoughts and opinions on a variety on subject areas.

  • We conduct learning review weeks every half term so pupils have the opportunity to talk to their class teacher in a one to one situation about their learning and what they want to achieve next.

  • Each year pupils from every year group answer questions in our whole school pupil questionnaire, they also have opportunity to comment on things that they like about our school and improvements they would like to see.