Allowing our students to have a voice and air their opinions is extremely important to us. Our student governors represent every college and is a fantastic way of bridging the gap between the students, teachers and governors. The elected members act for their peers by presenting their views about education and their learning environment.
Additionally, student voice is helping our students to develop important life skills, such as leadership, teamwork, self-confidence, speaking and listening skills and problem solving.
Dolphin: Will Harris, Maya Osborne and Chloe Lamb
Eagle: Rose Halliday, George Parish and Dean Evans
Lion: Bethany Southan, Oliver Farquharson and Eleanor Dart
Phoenix: Macey Page, Chloe Sheppard and Ben Cooper
Jasmine Chiswell, James Perks and Hardy Weston
The college forum representatives are taken from each tutor group. They meet each half term in one of the four colleges with the Head of College. They discuss relevant affairs of the school, working in partnership with school management, staff and parents for the benefit of the school and its students.
Students take an active role gathering feedback from teaching and learning across all departments. Each year selected students in year 10 are trained to lead student voice at Key Stage 3. This involves small group discussions with students to gather information about the strengths of each subject and ideas for development. Year 11 students that successfully complete student voice in year 10 progress to assessing findings at Key Stage 4. All students also have the opportunity to complete online surveys to offer feedback about teaching and learning at school.
Our prefects are chosen to represent their fellow students and to support the school. They will be rightly proud of their school and all that it stands for. Being a prefect at Wolverley C of E Secondary School is a considerable honour, which also carries with it responsibilities.
As a prefect, the students are expected:
Students from schools across The ContinU Trust of Wyre Forest and Hagley are involved in being Community Ambassadors. The role has involved delivering assemblies, presentations and information to their peers around issues like personal safety, anti-bullying, healthy relationships and tackling crime.