Student Voice Survey
A SRRCC bespoke Student Voice Survey has been developed. This was created in conjunction with Leadership Team, Progress Leaders and sub teams e.g. RJED, SEMH and SS. Students in Year 7-13 are given the opportunity to complete the student voice at the end of Autumn Term. In Spring Term the results are analysed and discussed and an action plan created based on these results. Questions were based on how students feel they were loved, listened to, challenged and inspired as well as how they live out the CST Principles. This survey will be carried out on a yearly basis.
In regular meetings with prefects and SFLT, students also have opportunities to highlight their opinions, views and ideas on our school community. Students raise any concerns they may have, come up with solutions and in the case of SFLT, create a mini project with a clear goal they want to achieve, an action plan and a time frame to carry this out. Some of these projects are in response to student feedback, eg one student would like to run a Model UN Club based on requests from peers.
We participate in the Jack Petchey Achievement Award Programme. Achievement Awards are designed to recognise a wide range of achievements. It is not just about being clever, or gifted, but about putting the effort in and doing your best. The success of the award scheme arises from empowering young people to nominate their peers and select the Achievement Award winner. The award winner also chooses how their award money is to be spent. 9 students are selected as winners and they work with a member of staff and departments to choose how to spend their grant to benefit our school community. Students have three opportunities throughout the year to nominate their peers and share reasons why their nominated person and how they feel this student has met the criteria.