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Pupil Voice

RRSA-Level1-logoArticle 12   Every child has the right to say what they think in all matters affecting them, and to have their views taken seriously.

UN Convention on the Rights of the Child

 

At Laurencekirk Primary we work in partnership with children, staff and parents.  We encourage our students to be effective contributors in regards to their learning and school life.  The Pupil Voice is represented through our Pupil and Learning Councils

 

Pupil Council

One pupil from each class has the responsibility to share the opinions of their class about the organisation of the school.  This includes the playground, lunchtimes, fund raising and House Events.  Children are also involved in School Services held at Laurencekirk Parish Church.

 

Pupil Learning Council

Our Pupil Learning Council allows our children to be effective contributors in regards to their learning. One child is selected from each class to bring forward opinions and views from their peers about the curriculum and learning experiences.  These opinions are then shared with staff for future planning.