Pupil Voice forms a valuable insight into the pupil experience at Worth and allows pupils an opportunity to feel heard, empowered and promote positive change.
It also promotes an opportunity for pupils to be part of the conversation on the issues that matter to them.
Our Pupil Voice initiative includes individual House Councils, the School Council, the Safeguarding Council and the Food Council, each of whom meet on a half termly basis. Each House elects representatives who will speak to their peers and in tutor groups about what pupils would like to be discussed; these discussion points are then taken forward to the School Council.
Austin House is our Junior House for Years 7 and 8. Housemistress Mrs Anna MacMahon said: “It is a really valuable culture to have in the School that pupil voice is represented.”
The House Council representatives in Austin are pictured.
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