Pupil Leadership Team
Our Pupil Leadership Team
Pupil Leadership Team
Roles and Responsibilities
- Act as an ambassador for the school both in and out.
- Represent pupil voice.
- Work alongside the senior leadership team to continue to improve our school
- Help the governors to make decisions on behalf of the pupils.
- Meet regularly to feedback to the senior leadership team and governors about key decisions.
- Help to observe daily life in school and feedback to children and staff.
Hi, my name is Stavroula and I am part of the Pupil Leadership Team. I enjoy being part of this team because I love helping people. I think it is very important that every child enjoys their time at St Paul's and it is up to us to make that happen.
My name is Joshua and I enjoy being part of the Pupil Leadership Team because I feel it is important to listen to what every child has to say. I enjoy our meetings where we discuss ways to improve the school.
Pupil Leadership Team is all about helping the school to continually improve and and talking to the children about what they have learnt in lesson and what they have enjoyed. We have recently talked to a group of children about behaviour in their classroom, cloakrooms and school. We wrote down their responses and delivered a worship addressing some of the thoughts. We now have some action points to monitor to check improvements have been made.
I really enjoyed showing parents around the school as part of our Open Day in the Autumn Term. I also liked going on a learning walk, looking at the classroom and corridor environments.
The school takes opportunities to actively promote British Values through our daily act of worship and whole school systems and structures such as electing and running successful pupil councils. We also actively promote British Values through ensuring that our curriculum planning and delivery includes real opportunities for exploring these values. Actively promoting British Values also means challenging pupils, staff or parents expressing opinions contrary to fundamental British Values, including ‘extremist’ views.
At St Paul’s Church of England Primary School these values are regularly promoted through high quality teaching, a rounded programme of assemblies and a positive behaviour policy allowing pupils to develop and demonstrate skills and attitudes that will enable them to participate fully in and contribute positively to life in modern Britain.
The Pupil Leadership Team actively promote our key British Values of
- Rule of Law
- Individual Liberty
- Tolerance of those of different Faiths and Beliefs
- Mutual respect