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Confirmation: Year 12 parents evening Tuesday 25th January.

@StanwellSchool - 11:51 AM - 21 Jan 2022

Yr11 pupils have been asked to complete an initial intentions form for Sept 2022 by TODAY Thurs 20th January. The link for this has been emailed to their email account & is available on the adobe sparks presentation https://t.co/rx6yGJsjBQ

@StanwellSchool - 17:01 PM - 20 Jan 2022

In order to facilitate the Sixth Form Options Process we have prepared an adobe sparks presentation that contains all the information the pupils require to make informed choices.   https://t.co/hOBBxTV3VX

@StanwellSchool - 16:59 PM - 20 Jan 2022

@StanwellSchool - 12:49 PM - 20 Jan 2022

BBC Wildlife Magazine free for library members via the Libby app: https://t.co/i36sHEyHZA https://t.co/zl5Vgbco24
Stanwell will be supporting on February the 4th. Get your red top ready! https://t.co/tWbcSYIEqH

@StanwellSchool - 08:51 AM - 20 Jan 2022

Very proud of the passionate performance by 1stXV this evening, against a skillful team. They played right up to the final whistle, but unfortunately came up second best, narrowly losing 20-21. Welsh Cup rugby at its best!

@StanwellSchool - 16:27 PM - 19 Jan 2022

@StanwellSchool - 08:01 AM - 19 Jan 2022

Applications for our Medicine Summer School in partnership with The Sutton Trust are now open! Apply now for your chance to join us on campus this summer for a unique insight into a Medicine degree at Cardiff University 🔗https://t.co/78BbzYHZMt https://t.co/vi7lliO0HU
Well done to the Year 7a and b netball team who played Whitmore School last night. The A's won 14-0 and the player of the match was Maria Pitter. The B's won 7-0 and player of the match was Amelia McCarthy.

@StanwellSchool - 07:53 AM - 18 Jan 2022

@StanwellSchool - 07:53 AM - 18 Jan 2022

If you’re aged 16-21 and live in Wales, getting 1/3 off your bus fares couldn’t be easier. Simply: ✍️ Apply online or by post: https://t.co/gbvFFrradK ✉️ Receive your pass in the post Show your pass as you board the bus to buy your ticket at the discounted price! https://t.co/k7zGQjz65Q
How do massive stars die? See the link below https://t.co/LuOpFEn438

@StanwellSchool - 07:50 AM - 18 Jan 2022

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Learner Voice

What is Learner Voice?

‘Learner Voice’ is a term used to describe activities that enables students to work in partnership with their teachers, empowering learners to shape their education and be active citizens in their community. It involves a co-operative approach between teachers and students including shared decision making and evaluation to drive improvement and progress.

Learner Voice Structure

Learner Voice at Stanwell is promoted through seven groups, each with responsibility for a range of activities.

Environment Community/charity Learning & Teaching
Teacher  Teacher  Teacher 
Open to all pupils Open to all pupils

Departmental Learner Voice Groups
Subject Prefects

Responsibilities Responsibilities Responsibilities
Eco-Schools, site & buildings Community links, & charity events Learning & Teaching surveys, lesson reviews, self-evaluation
Wellbeing Pride Neurodiversity
Teacher  3 Teachers  3 Teachers 
Open to all pupils Open to all pupils Open to all pupils
Responsibilities Responsibilities Responsibilities
5x60, Healthy Schools, Wellbeing & Mental Health Providing a safe and inclusive community for LGBTQ+ students and allies Providing a nurturing, positive environment to celebrate and support neurodiverse pupils.

Student Council

Student Council Mission Statement

‘Stanwell Student Council gives pupils the opportunity to voice their opinion on, participate in, and improve the running of the school.  All pupils will be listened to, all ideas and suggestions will be considered and feedback will be given. The Council will work with staff and pupils to help make Stanwell a friendly, positive and supportive learning environment.’

Each Year Council consists of at least twenty pupils, they meet with The Student Council at least once each half term.

Mr Watkins is the link teacher and usually one member of the Senior Leadership Team will attend each meeting.

The Student Council links all the other Learner Voice Groups together and provides a forum for each committee to update the whole school on recent and planned events.  

Student Council Members 2021-2022

Year 7

Katie Cladingbowl, Alicia Coombes, Tom Ferries & Daisy Kemp

Year 8

Nikhil Gaglani, Evie Morgan, Jessica Oakley  & Joseph Roach

Year 9

Olivia Sweeney

Year 10

Wallace Baird, Osian Beynon, Jed Hedgecoe, Holly Korinek & Anna Lacey

Year 11

Alexander Guidi & Idrees Khan

Year 12

Phoebe Davies, Ranaa Ghandour, Huw Knapper, Lola Saunders-Jones & Harrison Waite

Year 13

Erin Evans, Ennio Gallone, Eleanor Garvey & Rabiyah Rasool


Get Involved

You don’t have to be a member of either council to join in. To suggest improvements for any aspect of school life e-mail schoolcouncil@stanwell.org

School Council Minutes

Eco - Schools Committee & the Environment

Stanwell takes every opportunity to enhance the environment of the school. We aim to enable pupils to learn how to care for and protect their environment and practice the key concepts of ESDGC. The Eco-Schools committee encourages pupils to engage fully with environmental and sustainable development issues.

Learning & Teaching Group

What we do

The aim of the Learning and Teaching Group is to expand the role of learners in Stanwell’s self-evaluation and improvement process. This is done in a variety of ways involving departmental learner voice groups, subject prefects and learning and teaching surveys. Each half term, selected year groups are given the opportunity to feedback on all of their subjects through individual on-line surveys. The results are analysed and discussed with departmental learner voice groups to help drive continuous improvement.

Senior Student Team

Our new Senior Student Team of two head pupils, two deputies and three executive prefects play a vital role in the school. The Executive prefects work closely with our Head Pupils, SLT and Learner Voice Groups to support both learners and teachers.

Subject Prefects

Subject Prefects provide support to teachers of KS3, help on Open Day and Parents' Evenings as well as organise and run Departmental Learner Voice meetings. They also help to design and give feedback on Learning & Teaching surveys and identify additional opportunities for Learner Voice.

Everyone involved feels that it is vital for students to have the opportunity to identify aspects of lessons that really helped their Learning. Having a Learner Voice Learning & Teaching group is the best way for all students to feel valued and that their opinions about the way they learn are important to the school. It can also be very useful for teachers to gain a student's perspective on methods of teaching so they can be confident everyone is fully engaged and benefiting from the experience.

Pride

Mission Statement

'The Pride Group will create a safe and inclusive environment for LGBTQ+ students in Stanwell, by encouraging discussion, promoting allyship and sharing news and information on sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression. We are fun and friendly, so feel free to drop by if you are an ally, questioning, or a member of the community.'

Stanwell is a Stonewall School Champion and our policies help us to celebrate diversity and support LGBTQ+ young people to fulfil their potential.

Neurodiversity

Mission Statement

'The Neurodiversity Group provides a nurturing and supportive environment for pupils with learning differences and their frends to celebrate the many strengths and positive aspects that being Neurodivergent brings.'

Community Group

The Community Group is responsible for organising and running charity events and developing links with our local community.  Pupils, teachers and charity event organisers pitch their ideas to the group who then consider which charities they would like to support.  Pupils from every year group are involved.

Curriculum Consultants 

There are Curriculum Consultants from across all year groups within the school. Our team of Curriculum Consultants have recently been focusing on developing our response to cross cutting themes by ensuring that representation in our curriculum is broad and balanced and reflective of all members of our school community. They meet every term and have gained a detailed working knowledge of the process of curriculum design, they attend regular AOLE planning days with middle leaders and are regularly involved in collaborative planning and enquiry projects. Curriculum Consultants ensure students have an authentic role in curriculum design and have been fundamental in creating our vision for Curriculum for Wales.