Student participation and listening to the student voice is an important aspect of developing as a successful learning community. Students are actively involved in discussions about school life, through the student council which meets on a regular basis. Students have been involved in agreeing our classroom expectations, in developing our anti-bullying policy, in staff appointments and in initiatives to improve the school. The student council is encouraged to contribute their views and suggest ideas for improvements to the Governors and the Leadership Team. The student council also has 3 sub-committees which focus on teaching and learning, anti-bullying and behaviour.