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Learner Voice at The Causeway School. How it was before!. Each Tutor group voted two students onto the Year Council Heads of Year met and chaired their Year Council Meeting. Two students from each year attended School Council chaired by the Deputy Head and attended by the Chair of Governors.

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how it was before
How it was before!
  • Each Tutor group voted two students onto the Year Council
  • Heads of Year met and chaired their Year Council Meeting.
  • Two students from each year attended School Council chaired by the Deputy Head and attended by the Chair of Governors.
topics discussed
Topics discussed
  • Toilets
  • Canteen and food
  • School clubs
  • Uniform
  • Buddy system

All very admirable but few changes made and students felt little empowerment.

how to improve
How to improve
  • 4 students attended a Student Council Conference in London.
behaviour panel
Behaviour Panel
  • This was the idea we were going to start with and develop.
learner voice conference
Learner Voice Conference
  • 17th July 2008 Sally-Ann came to school and led 20 students through a day of training.
  • We have brought some of our thoughts to show you.
  • We used the “wheel” to help us decide where we are and where we want to go.
support
Support
  • The Chair of Governors came to see how we were doing and joined in with our discussions
  • We had biscuits, sweets and lunch provided out of the £1000 budget that has been given to us.
the new structure
The New Structure
  • A small group of students met to put the final touches to the structure and to decide how to manage and lead the new groups.
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Connor Meredith

Head Boys & Girls

Sammy Croft

Charlie Holman

Sophie Cook

School Life

Nadia Cherrouk

Chelcie Morris

Charities & Community

Sammy Croft

Sophie Cook

Teaching & Learning

Connor Meredith

Behaviour

Charlie Holman

House Captains

Maddie Holding Nadia Cherrouk

Tonny da Silva Alfie Homewood

Jad Holden

Amber Mackenzie

Ruth Windsor Jason Kemsley

Sports Captains

Andrew Tickner

Abbey Hutchinson

Nathan Radcliffe

Emily Wilson

David Hurd

Jade Skeats

Danni Francis

Gary Jobes

YEAR 7 COUNCIL

YEAR 8 COUNCIL

YEAR 9 COUNCIL

YEAR 10 COUNCIL

YEAR 11 COUNCIL

Billy Webb

Ruth Windsor

Maddie Holding

Nadia Cherrouk

Courtney Leigh Crouch

Jad Holden

Amber Mackenzie

Alfie Homewood

Tonny da Silva

Abbie Spring

Emily Mackie

community groups
Community Groups
  • These are the groups that will set about planning for change.
  • These are the groups who will monitor what is happening in school.
  • These are the groups to speak out on behalf of the students.
  • These are the groups who will make things happen.
youth forum
Youth Forum
  • Three year 11 students have become involved locally.
  • They aim to find out what local youngsters want and work with Eastbourne Borough Council to try and provide out of school activities.
young pioneers
Young Pioneers
  • 10 students from all years have put themselves forward to work as Young Pioneers.
  • This involves having a say in what services are available to children in East Sussex.
rotary leadership
Rotary Leadership
  • Two students went for a weekend sponsored by The Rotary to develop their leadership skills.
  • These are all examples of the snowball effect following on from the Learner Voice training.
where are we now
Where are we now?
  • Lots of students involved in leadership, training and having a say in what goes on for young people.
  • Notice boards to communicate and lots of plans to improve communication for young people.
  • Restructured system.
  • Less reliance on teachers.
loads still to do
Loads still to do!
  • We have started the process….