At Kingslea Primary School our pupils have an important role to play in issues that affect the children themselves. We value the opinions and suggestions made by pupils and encourage them to be responsible members of our school community. It is the job of the Pupil Governors to make changes that the pupils want to see happen. Our Pupil Governors are enthusiastic, motivated and forward thinking when it comes to generating ideas and solving problems.
The Pupil Governing Body is lead by a Chair of Pupil Governors and supported by a Vice Chair of Pupil Governors.
Children in Year 5 and 6 act as mentors and lead their own separate teams of mixed KS1 and KS2 children. These are:
The Teaching and Learning Team,
The Wellbeing Team,
The Pupil Voice Team,
The Buildings and Grounds Team.
The Pupil Governors regularly survey their peers and interview teachers around the school to see how they feel about certain aspects of school life.
The Pupil Governors then present their findings to the School Governors. The Pupil Governors will be carrying out surveys and interviews in the spring and summer terms.
Please click to see our presentation to Governors
Pupil Governor Meetings
The Pupil Governing Body meets every week to share ideas that have been collected from their classes to liaise with the other teams. This is also an opportunity for all children to discuss new initiatives and action plans they would like to take to the School Governors.