Linton’s Pupil Voice
Every September we have inter-class voting to create a shortlist of Pupil Voice candidates. Following this democratic process the children identify their manifestos and begin to campaign for votes. We then open the polling stations on our allocated polling day and every child votes for their class Pupil Voice member.
Meetings are facilitated by Miss Wilson, held at least once every half term and are, wherever possible, child led.
After the excitement of polling day on 28th September 2018 we would like to congratulate our newly elected Pupil Voice Class Representatives:
Pandas Lewis & Megan
Owls Isabelle H & Harriett
Puffins Iyla & Taylor
Penguins Jack C
Meerkats Harry B & Lochlan
Jaguars Daisy & AJ
Turtles Sian, Phoebe & Lilli-Rose
Sharks Luke & Campbell
Dolphins Jack, Alfie R & Keeleigh
Following on from the successful Pupil Voice campaign we would also like to introduce our new sub committee who’s first job will be planning anti-bullying week.
Nathan W Alfie L William Connor J Ollie Heidi
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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