Pupil Voice

School Council and Sustainability Squad meet on alternate Thursday mornings. They are a group of pupils elected by their fellow classmates to represent their opinions and raise issues with the headteacher and governors in the school.

The Council members and Sustainability Squad also lead projects on behalf of the pupils. In the past, our pupils have led Anti-bullying week, Mental Health Awareness week, Recycling Campaigns, Earth Hour, Bike to School week and have helped improve the playground from listening and acting upon the views of the pupils.

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Students remain at the heart of everything we undertake at Ladymount, therefore is it pivotal that Pupil Voice allows our young people to actively engage in decision making across our school.

Our proactive ‘Sustainability Squad’ are the proud winners of the 2018 ‘Wipe Out Waste’ competition set by Wirral and Merseyside Recyling Centre that recognised the creative ways the children had engaged in the project and had impacted on the pupils of Ladymount.

 Our pupils organised Walk, Bike and Scoot to school week for a cleaner and greener environment and to improve mental health and well being.

Our pupils organised Walk, Bike and Scoot to school week for a cleaner and greener environment and to improve mental health and well being.

Keep an eye out on our twitter page for photos and live footage from both teams

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