This was a lesson on change during a SEAL lesson. The teacher changed the way she taught and the children gave feedback on this way of teaching and learning.
All of the children at Easton School make a valuable contribution to how the school is run on a day-to-day basis, for example decisions about the reward system and their feedback on Parents Evenings (where they are actively encouraged to be involved).
We receive valuable insights and comments about their opinions and attitudes towards a range of issues.
The School Parliament meets, on average, twice a term with all children involved. They are given time in their vertically organised teams to meet with a teacher to discuss the issues on an agreed agenda. These meetings are lead by the Team Leaders who ask challenging questions and minute what is being said.
The Team Leaders then take their team's comments to a meeting with Mrs Singleton to feedback and discuss any possible actions required.