Children, parents and staff have many opportunities for their voices to be heard. Democracy is central to how we operate e.g. election of school council, worship committee and road safety officers, reflecting very much the British electoral system.
Pupils are always listened to by adults and are taught to listen carefully and with concern to each other, respecting the right of every individual to have their opinions and voices heard.
Parental opinions are also encouraged through our regular surveys. We also have an “open door” policy to parents/carers to ensure that all stakeholders feel confident in approaching us should they have any issues.
Democracy is also taught through our curriculum eg: Greeks and Romans.
Beech - Millie and Albee
Elm - Pippa, Stevie Jayne and Grayson
Oak - Bella and Blake
Student Council/ Safeguarding Crew
Year 3 - Emelia and Eva
Year 4 - Elena
Year 5- Penny
Year 6 - Eliza
Shottery St Andrew's Worship Committee
Owls' Class: Posey and Jenson
Seahorses' Class: Sofia, Millie, Teddy
Panthers' Class: Isabella