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Pupil Voice

  • UNCRC Article 12. I have the right to be listened to and taken seriously.



Welcome to our Pupil Voice page. Pupil Voice is of paramount importance at Ysgol Christchurch. We believe that children have the right to a voice, to be listened to and taken seriously. Our learners have many good ideas and suggestions, we value them and act upon them. We recognise that children need to be active participants in their own learning . Their voice can make a big difference to their school and community. Pupil voice is embedded into the curriculum with teaching and learning activities being used to enable pupils to focus on how to make informed decisions about their lives, their health and well-being and the environment. 


School Council

Our new council representatives have been democratically elected by their classes. We welcome Lexi, Myla, Amelia, Carmen-Rae, Fatima, Dautartas, Alex, Jake, Emilia, Layla, Tallulah , Layla and Maverick. In our school council we have a Chair, Vice Chair, Secretary and Treasurer. Each representative has additional responsibilities including Super Ambassadors. Meetings are held once a fortnight and children share their classes and the rest of the schools’ ideas. Our actions include focusing on school behaviours and making recommendations, focusing on well- being and our SDP targets.

Together, school council represent and share the thoughts, ideas and concerns of their classes and they are proactive in developing school initiatives and driving them forward. They also play a vital role in the decision- making process of changes.


The Committees for Pupil Voice at Ysgol Christchurch.

In order to make a difference we have a number of pupil voice committees; we link together through an action plan. Each committee has a lead who will also attend the School Council Meetings. The committees are :

Eco Council

Digital Ambassadors

Criw Cymraeg

Well-Being Ambassadors

Rights Respecting School Team




Examples of our pupil voices activities and the impact.

  • Fundraising  for a defibrillator , this was successful and £2000 was raised. Supporting the school and community.
  • Participating in Super Ambassador training and sharing our good practice regarding Well- Being with other schools in Wales.
  • Termly newsletter to inform parents and carers.
  • Supporting in our Pantri Bach.
  • Consulting with children and staff about our playground. Impact new zones and equipment.
  • Meeting with our Mayor , learning about council life.
  • Sharing our views on the SDP and rag rating the targets.
  • Creating a pupil questionnaire and analysing the outcomes.
  • Sharing views of all for the Curriculum for Wales and evaluating the whole school overview.
  • Creating pupil questionnaire, discussing and evaluating the responses. Using the findings as a basis for making a difference.
  • Investigating wat keeps us safe at Ysgol Christchurch.
  • Working with the Rights Respecting Team to achieve the Bronze Rights Respecting Schools Award.


           Class Charters

  1. the beginning of this and each academic year all classes create a Class Charter.
  •  Each class choose the rights that they feel are most important to them and decide on the actions that are expected of both children and adults in the class.
  1. purpose of this charter is to give all members of the class a voice through which a mutually agreed upon set of standards and expectations are achieved. 

            Whole School Charter and Playground Charter

            We are currently developing our whole school charter which will  link to our values



Our school is a happy, safe, supportive space. 

We aim to create a can do attitude by providing an inclusive, engaging and fun curriculum, where EVERY pupil reaches their full potential. 



The Rights Respecting Team Autumn 2022/23.

We have a new Rights Respecting Team : they are Eva, J-J , Stephanie, Dominic, Elisha, Kiyrah, Liam and Gracie. They have introduced themselves to the children during our Rights Respecting Services in September. We reminded the children about the UNCRC Rights of the child . They will be busy promoted children’s rights , meeting with classes, discussing learning and reviewing our policies and curriculum.

To find out more about The UNCRC Rights of the Child.