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Student Voice Awards

The Student Voice awards promote student voice by recognising and celebrating high quality and inspiring practice. To see last year's winners, read on. To enter your school for 2023, please check back here in January!

A look back at some of our winners

"From small matters such as voting on food for the lunchtime menu, through to fundamental changes in our curriculum, we want to do more to embed opportunities for student voice to be heard.”

Great Walstead School (Primary)

Great Walstead School won our Student Voice Awards for Primary because of the amazing opportunities they offer to get students involved in issues that they care about. Whether that’s the EcoWarriors campaigning for the environment; the Together Club discussing issues they’re passionate about or all their students voting on positions of responsibility, pupil voice is clearly at the heart of what they do.

"We are eager to seek out more opportunities to hear and act on student voice throughout the school. From small matters such as voting on food for the lunchtime menu, to fundamental changes in our curriculum, we want to do more to embed opportunities for student voice to be heard."

Great Walstead School

“Student voice is well embedded at Kettering Buccleuch Academy and is a driver for change. This has had a knock-on effect that our students can see the power of their voice and the direct impact it has had.”

Kettering Buccleuch (Secondary)

Kettering Buccleuch won our Student Voice Award for Secondary due to the changes they have made to their school in response to student voice.

Following discussions with students, they have banned cars on school sites, added gender-neutral toilets to all school buildings and even involved students in teaching and learning reviews. It is incredibly clear that students' voices at Kettering Buccleuch are both listened to and acted on.

"Student voice is well embedded at Kettering Buccleuch Academy and is a driver for change. This has had a knock effect that our students can see the power of their voice and the direct impact it has had."

Kettering Buccleuch Academy

“Student voice is well embedded at Kettering Buccleuch Academy and is a driver for change. This has had a knock-on effect that our students can see the power of their voice and the direct impact it has had.”

Keighley (Student)

We had so many schools put forward impressive individuals for the Student Award but we all agreed that Keighley shone incredibly bright.

As the chair of the student council, member of the EDI committee, member of the Boarding House Council and charity fundraiser, Keighley’s dedication to student voice was immediately clear. We were particularly impressed by her input in changing the schools approach to student wellbeing, neurodiversity and autism awareness. Well done Keighley!

"Keighley has always been keen to make change and amplify the voice of the student body. As a neurodivergent student, she has made enormous strides in improving the way she communicates so that her message is received positively. She fills many crucial roles across the school, all focused on improving the wider life of the community."

Keighley's Teacher

when nominating Keighley for the Student Voice Award