At the Duke of Norfolk, we feel it is imperative that our pupils have a say in their education and well-being. As a school community it is not only our responsibility to teach the children the National Curriculum, but to develop our students into becoming stand-up, respectful members of society, who strive to make a difference. Through enabling our pupils to have a voice regarding their journey through primary school, either through:
- being involved in how subjects are taught (Subject Ambassadors)
- how the school is run (Student Parliament)
- how we can further develop our Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural understanding through worship and lessons, (Worship Leaders)
we know we are giving our children the skills to enable them to be fair and just citizens, who can help lead both their generation forwards.