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The Pupil Voice
At Newbattle Community High School, pupils have an important part to play in making decisions about the life and work of the school. One of the ways in which pupils can have their say and make sure that their views and ideas are listened to is through the Pupil Voice.
What is a Pupil Voice?
The Pupil Voice is Newbattle Community High School’s Pupil Council. This involves one representative from each homeroom class. From this, three representatives from each year group were elected to represent each House. This formed the Executive Pupil Voice.
The Pupil Voice:
- Gives pupils a chance to share their ideas with peers and staff.
- Represents each class/house in the school.
- Meets regularly to talk about important school issues and make decisions that affect them and their school.
- Helps pupils to build confidence.
- Gives pupils, responsibilities and encourages leadership.
- Gets exciting issues moving
Latest News from the Pupil Voice
This list shows the most recently uploaded minutes and updates from the Pupil Voice. Click here for the full list.
View Leadership at all Levels - a video produced by Learning Teaching Scotland featuring both pupils and staff talking about the leadership opportunities available at Newbattle.
Session 2015/16 Newbattle Executive Pupil Voice
Chair: Thomas McSorley S6, Vice Chair: Craig Mellon S2, Secretary: Jack Corse S5
- Daniel Brown S4
- Keiran Wagley S6
- Becca Paul S6
- Elliot Rutherford S4
- Colin Aitken S5
- Stephen Wyse S5
- Esther Miller S2
- Tristan Keating S3
- Helen McQuillan S1
- Lisa Macrae S1
- Jowita Namyslak S1
- Finlay Cormack S2
- Dylan Tait S5
- Matt Smith S5
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