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Aims of the JLT
To create able learners
To put the pupil voice at the heart of learning and school life.
To ensure our school aims are carried out.
To work alongside staff, to improve teaching and learning for everyone.
For pupils to have an input on school issues – e.g policies, teaching and learning.
To help embed rights in our school and achieve the RRSA.
What will the JLT do?
The JLT does a number of things:
The JLT meets - with a teacher present - to discuss and sort out any issues. This includes improving learning, identifying any barriers to learning and making sure we are a Rights respecting school.
Members of the JLT will be responsible for carrying out the ideas that have been agreed.
What will a good JLT look like?
A good JLT is one that represents the views of all students and gets things done. These are some things that will make our JLT successful and effective:
- Regular meetings
- A team that is not too big
- Class councils that meet regularly led by their member of the JLT – once a fortnight on Thursday mornings
- Good communication between representatives and their class
School Code of Conduct 2020/21
Treat our school and everyone in it with
Be resilient and try our best in all we do.
Don’t be defeated when things are challenging.
Keep the whole school tidy.
Look after everything we own and keep our belongings to ourselves – no swapping or exchanging.
Be kind and helpful to everyone.
Be welcoming to everyone who comes into our school.
Always listen carefully.
Celebrate the achievement of others positively.
Be honest and polite.
Be proud to come to Wheelers Lane Primary School.
Keep everyone in our school safe.
Respect everyone’s rights.
Take ownership of our learning.