Pupil Voice

Pupil Voice is extremely important at St Paul's. It is key to the development of our school and an integral part of our ethos.
 
We teach the children to take responsibility and initiative for their own learning and there are many opportunities for them to play an active part in the life of the school.
 
The children are expected to contribute to decision making and help to shape school policy and practice to affect change in a positive way. They complete a pupil questionnaire each year. This helps us gauge what is going well and further areas for development. It is only through asking the children that we learn what it is that they really think and feel about their school.
 
Breaking News
 
Just before Easter, a group of Y6 pupils wrote to the Headteacher to raise concerns about a number of issues related to school meals.
 
Mrs Taylor has invited representatives of the group to meet with the Caterlink team to give the them the opportunity to voice their concerns and work with Kerry and her kitchen team to resolve the issues.
 
Remember to check on this page after the end of April for an update.