We had many entries for the Pupil Voice logo competition. The winning design was by Scarlet Thorpe.
Pupil Voice is the name that we use at Aldwyn for the school council. At the start of each school year, each class elects 2 children to be their Pupil Voice representatives. As a member of Pupil Voice you represent the children in your class and their views. Working together, Pupil Voice continues to bring about change within Aldwyn and the wider community.
Andrew Gwynne MP visit to Aldwyn
On Friday 15th February Pupil Voice welcomed Andrew Gwynne MP into school. We had the opportunity to show him around school and to ask him about his role as an MP. Mr Gwynne explained to Pupil Voice about how Parliament works and shared some anecdotes about the history of the Houses of Parliament. Judging by some of the questions that the children asked Mr Gwynne, it is possible that we have some future politicians in the midst!
Tree planting at Lees Park
On Friday 15th March Pupil Voice worked with City of Trees to plant 50 trees on Lees Park. This was part of the 'Trees for Learning' project which aims to develop and expand existing woodland, increase wildlife and develop biodiversity in the area.
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.