At Broad Chalke we value our pupils and adopt a whole school commitment of listening to the voice of our pupils by providing meaningful opportunities for pupils to share their experiences and express their views and hopes.
We believe it is important for our children to appreciate their role as part of a community; take responsibility, be able to look after themselves and foster an understanding of their importance, impact and influence in the world.
Our school council proactively makes a valuable contribution to shaping school life by gathering ideas, thoughts and plans from pupils in every year group.
Miss Patterson leads our school council and they meet on a regular basis.
This term they are engaged in a local climate change project.
Our team of librarians are responsible for organising and tidying our lovely library which has recently been relocated to the central area
The Crumble Crew was inspired by one of our creative pupils who was keen to gather children from across the classes to meet with Crumble (our school dog) on a weekly basis to discuss fund raising opportunities and promote wellbeing.
Our Crumble Crew planned and organised a cake sale to raise money to buy Crumble a dog bed!
The children raised £75!
We encourage pupils to share their voice for local and world wide issues through leading assemblies.
Our pupils at Broad Chalke embrace opportunities to share their passions and beliefs about the school and beyond. We encourage our pupils to 'make a difference' and to carefully consider creative and positive ways to achieve this.
One of our Year 5 pupils wanted to raise money to support Salisbury hospital's Stars Appeal.
The Year 5 class then organised a cake sale and a brilliant £52.75