The children in our school are the most important people. As such, they have lots of opportunities to share their thoughts on school, both formally and informally.
Pupils behave well and get on well with each other. They play an active role in making decisions about the school.' Ofsted, 2014.
We are also aware of how important it is to ensure that all our children have a variety of ways they can share any worries they may have about home or school.
'Our ' How to Get Help Policy' is written by our School Council and provides children with lots of different ways of sharing any worries they may have.
Children can talk to Mrs Bailey at
'Talk Time' to share their worries.
Our class Worry Monsters offer a safe place for children to write or draw their worries on a piece of paper. They then put the paper in the Worry Monster's mouth and the Worry Monster eats the problem up! Our Worry Monsters were designed by a child and a parent in our school!
Other opportunities to share thoughts in school include:
Each class from Year 2 upwards has School Council representatives. These are children who have presented themselves to the class as candidates and explained (along with others) why they would make an outstanding class representative and why their read more
Busy Bees Our Bewsey Busy Bees are our Anti-bullying Ambassadors and they are here to help make sure our children feel happy, safe and secure at our school. The Bewsey Busy Bees are always visible on the playgrounds and in classes. In read more
We are the Helping Hands Crew and we are part of the Designated Provision team. Led by Mrs Stringer we help and support the children in Gold and Silver class. We even have our own hoodies and fleeces so everyone knows who we are. We love our role read more
We achieved ----GOLD--- Our Arts Council was set up in September 2016 and was initially formed to help the school achieve the prestigious ‘Silver Artsmark' Award. We received Silver Artsmark in October 2017, and following this read more