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Pupil Voice

Pupils at Kingsweston are supported to make a meaningful contribution to school life and how the school is run.

We have different ways in which this is done including pupil’s views at their Annual Reviews, end of year reports, through questionnaires and surveys and asking for ideas on school improvements.

The ability to understand and communicate are the most important areas of learning.  We ensure that pupils are given a ‘voice’ to communicate. This ‘voice’ could be using words, objects, photographs, pictures, symbols, touch cues or body language. 

We aim to empower our pupils by giving them opportunities to make choices about the things that they believe to be important.  For example choosing resources for the playground or what snack items are bought for their class.  Although some of our pupils may find it difficult to articulate their feelings and concerns; staff are attuned to observe and give voice to preferences demonstrated through action and/or reaction.


We would like to congratulate Lisa-Marie, Adwaith, Ahmed, Callum, Cameron for their fantastic work this year representing their class peers in school council meetings.

This year the school council have discussed and made decisions about sport day activities, the theme of the Winter performance, activities for World Book Day and the new playground name. The next agenda item will be to look at the Anti-Bullying policy. Well done!