What is Pupil Voice?The views of the children and young adults of St Luke's are incredibly important to the school. Ensuring each child, whatever their communication abilities, have a 'voice' in the running of the school.Learning Groups take on the features of the individuals within the group and the curriculum is bespoke to the child within that group - ensuring relevant and purposeful learning is supported through effective planning and teaching. The child and his/her family is integral to the success of learning in the classroom.In the wider school, all children are encouraged to develop their interests and experiences of collective group activities. The spiritual, moral and cultural dimensions of the 'hidden' curriculum are embedded within assemblies, play times, exercises, trips, excursions and events. Taking part, having a say and joining in prompt personal thoughts and ideas. Celebrating achievements and speaking in public support children to develop a greater confidence in front of others. Sharing their opinions and championing their beliefs is widely encouraged to develop independence of mind, within a knowledgable context.