RS2: Shouting out about
student voice Big Picture What do we understand by student voice?
How is it organised in CLV?
What barriers do we face?
What has worked effectively for us?
Where do we see student voice in the future? Introduce New Information Connect the learning Card sort Agreeing learning outcomes By the end of this session we will have an understanding of the following So what is student voice? Carousel
Roles of the cabinet
Communication with staff
Communication with students
The Cabinet Barriers Time
Big responsibility for students Overcoming them! We will always be pressed for time! However, calendar meetings from September
Getting used to Frog as means of communication, using televisions around school to celebrate Cabinet work, more regular issues of The Blast!
Training day in a hotel with link teachers - more carrots as well as pride! Successes Engagement and ownership
End of term celebration Activty Classroom feedback
Department focus groups
Ad hoc student focus groups
Online Student Conferences
Y9,10,11,12,13 Year Councils
SLV and ALV Leadership groups
Current Set up Philosophical Student voice is about seeking out, listening to and then moving forward the feelings, thoughts and ideas of our students in particular in relation to the school environment and their learning. Adults listen to and act upon student voice. The key point is “look at the experience of learning through the child’s eyes but with an adult’s brain.” Thinking Hats
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