Pupil Voice

Our school greatly values the opinions of the pupils. Pupil Voice is a council comprising 10 different posts. The aim is to give pupils the opportunity to take responsibility for and engage in the continual development of the school and the services it provides. Some of the council members are elected by the classes whilst others are subject to a successful written application and an interview.


Recent improvements driven by the pupils include changing the school personal reward system, developing inter-house sport, modernising the school grounds and purchasing more lunchtime play equipment.

 

Our council is made up of sports leaders, house captains and play leaders.

 

We asked our children what kind of person they want to be when they leave Quainton. Here are their answers in a word cloud!

Please see the results of our most recent Pupil well-being survey:

 

15 children were selected randomly across all classes.

 

 

Positive

Neutral

Negative

I know what to do in class

80%

13%

7%

I have everything I need to do my work

93%

7%

0%

I feel safe at school

93%

7%

0%

If I have a problem, I have someone to talk to at school

80%

20%

0%

Most students at my school get along pretty well

80%

20%

0%

I get along with my teachers at school

100%

0%

0%

People do the right thing most of the time at school

73%

27%

0%

Teachers are there to help

100%

0%

0%

People listen to me at school

93%

7%

0%

School is mostly fun

66%

34%

0%

I am learning and growing at school

93%

7%

0%

I have enough time to complete activities

93%

0%

7%

When I do a good job, people are supportive of me

87%

13%

0%

People are treated equally at school

87%

13%

0%

Overall, I feel happy at school

87%

13%

0%

 

Pupil Voice 2019 - 2020