At St Wulstan's, we pride ourselves on our students having a voice, as we believe that our children are the most important people. We value their views on every aspect of school life where possible. We want to nurture a culture where all children feel listened to, valued, respected and empowered. Our staff are always ready to listen to the views of the children.
How we listen to children at St Wulstan's
Currently there is are a range of opportunities for listening to our students on key issues in our school.
Junior Leadership Team - click here to see their page.
School Council - click here to see their page.
Sports Council - set up this year. These pupils will help to organise many sporting events throughout the school year, along with discussing the ways in which we can improve P.E. and school sport here at St. Wulstan's.
GIFT Team - click here to see their page.
CARITAS Ambassadors - click here to see their page.
Reading Ambassadors - click here to see their page.
Anti Bullying Ambassadors - Child Friendly Anti Bullying Policy.
Playground Pals – Children from Key Stage 2 who have been specially trained to help with any issues at playtimes. They are to be found on the playgrounds at lunchtime.
Laudato Si Team - a team of children who focus on varying environmental issues within school.
Well Being Ambassadors - they have the responsibility of leading and promoting wellbeing throughout the school. They drive the message forward and release the stigma around talking about challenging feelings and encourage people to talk. Wellbeing Ambassadors provide feedback on what’s working well and highlight any gaps in our whole-school approaches to wellbeing.
Pupil Questionnaires – We question all pupils on their opinion each year.