School Learning Council

At West Borough we value pupil voice, and that is why all of our KS1 and KS2 classes have a School Learning Council representative who has been selected by their peers during our annual democratic elections.

During the elections, every child visits the ‘polling station’ to vote, after listening to all of the candidates election campaign speeches.
The representatives all receive training that enables them to be effective representatives of pupil voice within our school, allowing them to share the opinions of their peers with the wider school community.

The School Learning Council has been involved in many significant decisions and changes that have been made at our school. Several of these have had a direct impact on the school’s improvement priorities, including:

  • attendance
  • marking and feedback
  • health and safety
  • behaviour for learning
  • outside learning
  • the Teaching & Learning Policy
  • lunchtime enrichment
  • home learning

 

Meet our School Learning Council 2016/17

Esti - Damson Class

Esti - Damson Class

Alice - Cherry Class

Alice - Cherry Class

Abbi - Ebony Class

Abbi - Ebony Class

Georgia - Elm Class

Georgia - Elm Class

Alex - Hornbeam Class

Alex - Hornbeam Class

Jack - Juniper Class

Jack - Juniper Class

Rhys - Lime Class

Rhys - Lime Class

Laith - Lilac

Laith - Lilac

Natalie - Maple Class

Natalie - Maple Class

Willow - Oak Class

Willow - Oak Class

Jake - Sycamore Class

Jake - Sycamore Class

Sam - Willow Class

Sam - Willow Class

Be kind, be safe, be responsible and embrace challenge