Votes for Schools

This year we launched our participation in Votes for Schools, in collaboration with the other schools local to us in Coulsdon. Each week the children are presented with a question in assemblies and the different view points and information available are shared with them to allow them to debate and form their own opinions. On the following Monday the vote of Yes/No is taken in each class and this information collated. This shows us what our children’s views are, how they compare to local and National views of other children, and our vote contribution will support further action to be taken. Topics for discussion come from the latest news or key topics such as anti-bullying.

Each week we share the vote results from the week before with the children.

Each week we share the vote question in our Weekly Memo so you can discuss this at home, and we also share the results of the children’s votes. This week’s question is…

Week Begin 12th November – Do anonymous apps make bullying worse? (KS2) / Can you spot online bullying? (KS1)

 

Copies of the presentations can be seen below;

Do anonymous apps make bullying worse? (KS2) / Can you spot online bullying? (KS1)

Should education be a top priority in time of crisis? KS1 KS2

Do you think Banksy’s recent stunt is art? KS1 KS2

Do Aliens Exist? KS1 KS2

Is this year’s Black History Month more important than ever? KS1 KS2

Is it important for you to know about Brexit? KS1 KS2

Should we give half of Earth to wild animals? KS1 KS2

Can we treat everyone equally in the UK? KS1 & KS2

Would you like the police to spend more time in your school? KS1 KS2

Should Eid be a holiday for everyone? KS1 KS2