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Pupil Empowerment

At West Kirby School and College Pupil Empowerment, alongside .... this encompasses our Pupil Voice and Pupil Ambassador programmes. Pupil Empowerment:

  • Provides the experience of being part of an elected and democratic process through Pupil Voice
  • Encourages pupil debate and discussion during Pupil Voice meetings
  • Enables pupils to champion an idea or cause they feel passionate about through Pupil Ambassadors
  • Supports the development of mentoring skills and a sense of service through the Peer Mentoring programme
  • Encourages pupils to develop their leadership, social, communication and collaborative skills
  • Supports pupils to recognise they can make a positive change and have impact
  • We value our pupils' opinions and as an we feel it is important to understand, listen to and support our young people; giving them a voice. 


Outcomes of Pupil Voice

Pupils requested the introduction of our school blazer
Pupils reviewed our School Pledges
Pupils feedback to the school chef preferences for the lunch menus


Developing Pupil Voice at West Kirby School and College 

Watch our recent Autism Show webinar week talk with  Mrs Sarah Wilkinso, Deputy Head & SENDCo - Find out 'What is Pupil Voice, why it's important and ideas on how we achieve it'.

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West Kirby School and College, Meols Drive, West Kirby, Wirral, CH48 5DH

0151 632 3201