We frequently ask pupils what they think about our school. We ask them about their lessons, the worship, school meals, their playtimes, and what they would like to see happen in the future of their school. Pupil voice is a chance for the children to have their say in what happens in their school. From their feedback, we can make positive changes for the future. Feedback can be one to one conversations or a class questionnaire. However we gain feedback, we ensure that things change for the better. Governors are the perfect people to ask children about their school experiences; Governors provide the headteacher with written feedback. Sometimes outcomes are discussed in worship with all pupils present. School Council is also another way or forum we secure, so children know what has been discussed and what changes have taken place.