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Here are the latest Pupil Voice minutes.

Lots of tasks completed recently and lots in the 'pipeline'. If you come into school, check-out our display (opposite the ICT suite door) that has a some of our tasks on and how we're getting on with them.

We were really pleased with our live Christmas tree that  has been planted near the Reception Class gate. Only little at the moment but from little acorns... We're sure it gave the EYFS children and parents a bright and twinkly start to their day in school. Many thanks to Mockridges Nursery for getting a nice one for us.

We're still using the spare milk at lunchtime - something pupil voice suggested and the lost property job is an on-going task.

Next big job to organise is our 'Shine Show' but look at the minutes for others.


Pupil Voice minutes January 2017

New Pupil Voice members have been voted for and our first meeting this year is coming soon.

Before that though, can I pass on all our thanks to everyone who represented all their class mates so well last year. They had some wonderful ideas and suggestions for how to improve our school. Mrs. Charnock and I really enjoyed the times we spent discussing all the things that interest our children. 

Pupil Voice Display.

If you do visit school, remember to look at the Pupil Voice display (outside the ICT suite) for the latest information about our work in school.

Here are the Pupil Voice meeting minutes from June 2016.

Here are the latest Pupil Voice minutes from our May 2016 meeting:

Tasting the samples for the tomato sauce was a difficult task.

Visit to the garden centre.

On Wednesday 23rd March 2016, Pupil Voice (Years  1/2, 3/4 and 5/6 ) went to Mockridges’ Garden Centre in Audenshaw. They went to look for a Christmas tree. They wanted a short, round and ‘plumped’ tree. They didn’t want a tall one because they wanted to decorate it for Christmas: as there were a lot of the younger children wanting to do it too. There were a lot of trees to choose from. They also wanted a pot to plant it in so, when the new buildings are being made, it can be move around from place to place. Pictures were taken to decide which one we all preferred. They will also have a look at the photos to see which ones we would like to have in school and also - the same with the plant pots.

Pupil Voice will put some of the pictures on the newsletter as well so parents and carers can have a look at what we have been up to.


Here are the minutes from the latest Pupil Voice meeting.

Pupil Voice minutes from January 2016

Pupil Voice minutes November 2015

Pupil Voice Minutes October 2015

At the moment, Pupil Voice are working on a project to identify how everyone can learn better. They are discussing the qualities and skills needed to be a good learner and how we can help everyone to achieve this.

Here are some posters of our initial ideas of 'a good learner'.