A voice for all
We hold assemblies where we come together to discuss issues, giving every child a voice in the life of the school.
Children’s views help to guide school leaders and governors evaluate the strengths of the school and steer our improvements.
So far this year we have focused on:
Computing and E-Safety, January 2015
Children from Year 1-Year 6 answered a series of questions about their computer usage, how safe they felt when on-line and how to stay safe when on-line.
Our older children have helped to prioritise future spending on ICT, considering Notebooks and digital media. We are hugely grateful to the PTA who have funded 32 Notebooks for cross-curricular learning.
Learning, Behaviour and Safety at School, February 2015
Children shared their views and opinions about their interest and engagement during lessons, how safe they feel at school and how well children behave during lessons, around the school and at break-times. They also gave their views about ‘what is good about Nelson’ and also about how ‘Nelson could be even better’.
Subject leaders seek the views of children about new initiatives implemented and use their feedback to inform subject leadership action plans.