Pupil Voice at The Dell
We're passionate about listening to children and giving them an authentic say in what and how they learn. That's because we believe that when children are genuinely interested in what they are learning, when they have a say in what they are learning and they understand WHY they are learning, they are much more likely to engage and get involved in their learning. We want to value their voice, their opinion and their views.
We focus on 'pupil voice' in making decisions about learning and also in making decisions about how our school is run and what we need to change and improve. We use the word 'authentic' because it's not a tokenistic activity, rather an integral part of how we do what we do and how we work with and interact with our children.
This week's updates on pupil voice