Student Voice

Student Voice is a committee of students from different year groups with the aim of improving school life for everybody at the academy. Students bring a range of ideas, solutions and creative thinking focused on dealing with issues that are important to them and the academy as a whole. Issues and ideas that arise within Student Voice are then relayed to the relevant stakeholders to implement solutions as quickly and effectively as possible.

Miss Usen

Student Voice Coordinator
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Suggestion Box


Student Voice representatives:

This page shows the Student Voice representatives for the academic year 2017-18.


Niah Bailey

Year 7


Alexia Brookes

Year 7


Carla Hill

Year 7


Ben Jones

Year 7


Olivia Kimberley

Year 7


Jessica King

Year 7


Maddie Shenton-Smith

Year 7


Annamae Surtees

Year 7


Kyle Whillock

Year 7


Ellie Bartram

Year 8


Charlie Blaxland

Year 8


Isaac Bowen

Year 8


Alfie Bowkett

Year 8


Mitchell Falvey

Year 8


Joe Featherstone

Year 8


Abbi Jenner

Year 8


Ebony-Mai Whalley

Year 8


Kingsley Eze-Sunday

Year 9


Thea Davies-Hines

Year 10


Alfie Doyle

Year 10


Amie Harrington

Year 10


Libby Hughes

Year 10


Ellie Hull

Year 10


Sam Noibi

Year 10


Emily Pugh

Year 11


What are Student Voice’s current projects?

In recent times Student Voice have been integral to the introduction of the new House System within the academy. In addition to this, Student Voice played a huge role and made many key decisions in relation to the new uniform for September 2017.
Current discussion points include:

  • the layout of the school day (and how that could be changed for the better),
  • revision spots for KS4,
  • house quizzes and competition ideas,
  • ideas for rewarding students, and
  • completing articles for the ‘InsideOut’ magazine.

Catering suggestion box responses; February/March 2017

YOU SAID WE DID/ARE DOING
Can we have naan breads with the curry? They are now available with the curry pots.
Change the apples. We have changed from Braeburn’s to Granny Smith’s.
Bring back Chicago Town pizzas. The cost price of this product increased hence they were removed. I have negotiated a new price so will be back for the short term at least.
More tropical slush. Slush has started up again and tropical will be available from 1st March.
Higher spend on cards. Parents have the ability to increase the value on their child’s card.
Citrus Radnor fizz – bring it back! It was removed by the supplier and replaced with sour cherry.
Change the brand of water. I am happy to change the brand of water we sell. However, this is likely to have an increase in the price.

Your suggestions and ideas will be listened to. Continue to give us your ideas to make what we do better.