What is The Voice?
You will be familiar with the term 'British Values' from other work that you have done across the school, such as in RE, PSHE, the Tutorial Programme. The Voice offers you can opportunity to actively explore and develop the values of: DEMOCRACY; TOLERANCE & MUTUAL RESPECT; INDIVIDUAL LIBERTY & RULE OF LAW by getting involved in the Hagley version of a school council.
The aim of The Voice is to enable YOU to make a positive change to the daily running of our school. The Voice offers you an opportunity to express your views and the views of your form. As an elected representative of your form, you will be required to meet at regular intervals throughout the year to help determine key aspects of school life.
As a member of The Voice you will be collectively responsible for the following areas of school life:
Achievement & Assessment
Behaviour & Safety
Social and Moral values in the wider community.
You will also be responsible for relaying your form's opinions when The Voice meet ensuring that their opinion contributes to the choices we make to improve our school community.
For us to review and develop whole school initiatives that impact on our learning and achievement.
- Target setting and reviewing progress that's delivered through the tutorial programme
- House point system
- Effective use of school planners
- Raising aspirations: Looking to the future by promoting our Sixth Form
For us to develop an open culture, which actively promotes all aspects of development, behaviour and so that we are safe and feel safe at all times.
- Anti-bullying Ambassadors Programme
- To develop leadership and training of the new 'Be Strong Online' ambassador programme
- To work towards achieving the 360 e-safety accreditation
For us to contribute to, and benefit from, the life of the school.
- To continue to monitor the Catholic life of the school
- To contribute to the writing of the new mission statement
- To support Fr Martin when launching the Chaplaincy group
- To represent our school at the Cathedral Mass Celebrations
For us to work within the wider community. Developing skills which enable to be thoughtful, caring and active citizens in our school and the wider society.
- To work with Year 8 on the St. Catherine's Day Service Challenge.
- To visit St. Catherine's Day Centre (Afternoon tea)
- 'Walk the Mile in their Shoes' campaign - organising the sponsored walk