At Park View Primary Academy, pupil voice is very important. We encourage pupils to take an active part in school life and their own learning. We also ask pupils about their learning experiences and this helps us design their education to to match their needs.
Children are aware that this is their school and they are involved in decision making. This means all adults receive feedback on how our pupils perceive their lessons and environment and the impact this has on their learning.
Our pupil voice committees often meet with teachers and leaders to discuss their impression of learning. They are involved in pupil interviews and questionnaires in which they talk about their experiences. This helps teachers to tailor their learning and get feedback about what works and what doesn’t. Sometimes they are involved in learning walks or assemblies in which how we learn is a key focus.