This half term, the challenge council will be taking part in collaborative pupil voice activities to hear different views on pupil leadership across the school. They will use their findings to plan opportunities for the rest of the year. As well as thinking about our school, they will be working alongside the Rights Respecting Council to think of ways that, as a school, we can contribute to our local and global community. Their work will link to Article 12 and 13 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of a Child ('Respect for children's views' and 'Sharing thoughts freely')
Congratulations to our new Challenge councillors, who were announced in this morning's assembly. More information to follow.
The views of the children are one of our key indicators when evaluating the effectiveness of our approaches in school. The children are very proud of THEIR school and they are keen to be part of our monitoring and evaluating process.
Our Challenge leaders recently took part in our 'Friday Flick' through a sample of Science books with Science lead Miss Toon evaluating whether children are challenged enough in their work and how key science vocabulary is reinforced.
Great work Challenge Council!