Pupil Voice


Above is the SBS summer safety code, enjoying the sun while staying safe. There is also a song to accompany the slogan, ask your children to teach you it.


3.1.1 SBS_Pupil voice 1

Listening to the views of our pupils is very important. We work in partnership with all of the children at South Baddesley. We recognise that they are all unique and respect them as individuals. We always encourage the pupils to make positive contributions to the development and daily life of South Baddesley.

At South Baddesley there is an active School Council and an Eco Committee. The children work towards projects and contribute their viewpoints to whole school development.

We also regular interview the pupils about current projects and their learning. Their feedback helps us to make sure that we are meeting their needs by providing a rich and motivating experience for all.


School Council

Pupils from each class represent the views of their class at School Council meetings. Each representative is democratically voted onto the committee. They take their responsibilities seriously, planning agendas, collecting viewpoints, giving feedback and competing necessary actions. The School Council get involved with a whole range of activities over the school year and have a considerable impact of life at SBS.


Eco Community

The Eco Committee deal with all things green! They help to make our school more eco-friendly and check that we all know how to look after our planet as responsible citizens. The committee is made up from representatives from each class; sharing viewpoints and ideas, as well as giving their friends feedback. Over the years the Eco Committee have made a huge difference to SBS; for example we now have a daily composting duty, switch off lights whenever possible, recycle and reduce waste at lunch time.


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